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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: August 2, 1912
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Even' Man Can Be a Positive. Force ',for the' ' His ':

: .wGood, nf Town' if H : WilL..fPT: : RTI

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among us, who baa been received by us] 'V "" ..

DEMOCRATS GATHER as brothers .a.d Who repaid the hoe pi-1 t. ing at his usual hour,theowoer reached "

j tall t).by,attempting. to eelre control of for his teeth, out alas I they: were not .PROGRAM OUTLINE: iF !
affairs: The supposition put forth by the owner ') ,

.F m R ORGANIZATION Judge ,J{.W. Lilly 'was then 'ea led. The.Lily White Bull Moose.Oh is. that ;r.ta.attr.cted'/ by' the, Ivory FOR stATE.I.I

The and gold filling of the teeth annexed D:
judge' Is from Kentucky and being I ,. .. ',
them for a plaything.. "
: But bow did the
true
to the blood proved good
story
'MEETI WAS .GREAT. SUCCESS teller and amused the crowd with several = let me see the color' of .the Lily teeth become Affixed in 'the' hog''appendix J

White Bull,MooseI -' T The ,writer's surmise Is, the BODIES'
narrative of how they did it In CHOOSE KLEIATES
.- know the .
,
-- tawny catamount and dingy bog ..wal1owed'th.. rat. .
'- Be
that
Many, ftaxne* Enrolled on Club Kentucky.He of warfare: would thought effective the same'In method Oiceola. , --. ... -. :'..--'or' gray e.yuaeJ- -._ '. -, ,-.'_ . "". ,J\\... _ mayj. said_ 'fuli!',set of .false teeth as..are it , .I,

List fd*Talks Were Made .. county: -, :Th.,4wild beeste'. and the hart beeste, awaiting the owner's- command( to be Likely; That Large: :;NuinW Will: ... .
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.. the lion
/ and the
'Members.ff lynx, "Returned with thanks. ,
Several .
,r b David 3. Bryan responded to the call e Be In Klssimmee Attend : ,
"
\And.m perfectly with
full
f acquainted '.
1-' wjtn, a brief speech in ,which be ,, {
1f pre- ,. the
kinds Organization.
f Democ oy. as varied a* it'wa* on- oicted the overwhelming election of the forty of tainkm) TEACHERSASSIGNED; .' d
_' .,
;V, terrified. tae present and voting at the Democratic' ticket. I;. expected to'see ,'.: {have trekked the reldt.anci kopje and .

ft; I ia court: b Me, meeting Monday night: a majority of at .least: 16 to 1, he said, have crust the burning sands, ;Matter are shaping up splendidly for

:I' ;J oming U,response to'the call of' the for the Democrats, and,' that .brought: t To learn' the frenzied;, fauna of all. the Places .to Be Occupied by Corps Recently the'eonventon of delegates, which will

.:,,I 'county ttcutive committees the exercises forth a shout of "Hurrah for Bryan I'",' : :, foreign: lands;; Elected. take place In Kisiirmnee August 115. for. '

1 of I* evening began promptly.on S...:. Triplett was called .to bis feet I have fought the blue.karuta killed .Principal R. Osceola the purpose of: organising a State. : '
M
1 tIm., an the horses were off at an even by an.insistent chorus.. '"Who Me?'.', the charmeuse made Evans''of the Chamber of Commerce, "
High School has i'
i 'hpace ani pine good until adjournment. inqured Triplett.. "Yes, .you .I" sang:, '; But'I'm.wsmpd. if I can catalogue the, of teachers to grade.'up fot hi*the assignment In order that ,\the preparations for

k' Cbal' Roma Thomas presided, out the voices. The secretary of the j.lly'Watte Bull Moose. '1 to term entertaining: the delegates night pro ,"

and ,sta id j i the object of the meetingas club'was m good voice, and proceeded: begin September 2. as follows, ;' ceed with the guarantee that they would ,"
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.I'mconversant First
with the critter ,
Assistant
M Democratic club to lambast 1 locum. High. School Miss in nowise .
being organize the Republican' brother in 1 'tenons, black and tan,- - Almena Leitner.. conflict with the business seeslons -' Ii': \
in all t precincts of the county for first class style. He said be regarded H. ''H. ,Richardson,' secretary ,
For I've trailed him from the Pee Second Assistant '' ',j p
Dee 'Scbool Mrs.
High ?
the pun of enlisting the active support it 1 lathe height of'lmPertin.nc. for theSt. to the roaring Rapidan Bessie 8.: Simpson. the Jacksonville Board of Trade, was w

i of Moocrats for the. party ticket. Cloudites\ to tke thej action that But this new unheard of'creature found ,Third ,Assistant, High School 1. Miss asked to: outline, the program for' the 4
( to eonte the Republican ticket recen tthey had. He believed that 76 per cent I within 'the Martha business sessions. '.'Vall.TG..tte
'
ly noml sod at the St. Cloud conveniifanlsatlon of them had voted in the primary, and I I 1 temperate zone,' King. ;. vEighth '. Is In receipt of.a,'letter from Mr.;:Rich"ardaon.
*.to me, quite assure you yet a Grade; Mis Albino SmJtb. '
r.;. 'Uon.VII therefore they bad no right to ditre specimen unknown'-' Seventh Grade, Miss Emma Futch,. glvingthi program tentatively,, .
/ Tb. of the club waaJteted. gard their obligations in this manner. J. also, the name of the delegates who :.
} quickly by the election of Ro- Mr. Triplett avowed it as his belief This lttico-paiooee mammal, this po i Sixth Fifth Grade Miss Cleo Woolrldge.i ., have been elected apd''are expected to, "c
Grade Miss Harriet
Thoim president :and S. J. that A. Wilcox. be Kisslmmee'' '
Triplettsecretary of the
ma
l' some Republican nominees at that time, Mr.
This, Teddy Bear Fifth Grade B MI..I
-deadrfnger. Lily Estelle Butler.
A motion to elect five didn't know the Richardson's .
members :
way to the court house, letter addressed the
White Bull Moose.:' Fourth Grade A. Miss Nora Hart;
.l'\ of] campaign committee to much laps did they know hnythlng about : editor of the Gazette;, .is as follows ..
Ii. Fourth 'B Miss Louise
serve'wjwas ill the chairman and secretary; the status of public affaire in the State -J. R. Grade Thom '''J am''.In receipt of :your'; letter of the' '

1 caordered -red. and upon motion it was and county.. He said he never,knew a ..I, ,i, ,,&BOn.Third Grade:Mias Mary C.) 'Bryan I: I 24th in'st, regarding/ convention! for
I (tint the nominee. should haveniece Republican who wasn't an office seeker, \ .'I, : the orpoe.of organising a State Cham-1
Second; Grade A Miss
, May
the prl of recommending thenmembe e and this probably explained the situation J Second; Grade! B Miss Clara Chlsholm.State. : bar'of' Commerce to be. held In,your ,
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The nominees reported the at St. Cloud ; they all wanted offl; i ices city: on August 15th next. I sent a letter '

name. ojf C. A. Carson. J. H. Smith:: J. whether there was any chance to WILL DISCUSS BRICKRO' MINIMUM PRICE ON First First,Grade Grade,, Assistant Mill Emma, Miss Yowell.Medora out to all the commercial bodies, on
T. W. Ashton and R C. Partheae them the 17th r
W. Lill; ; get or not. Russell. inst. as per attached ,copy.; +

tin, end were unanimously elect J. H. Reese closed the meeting with *: ; : So fu/I have not'received many ear v .
k Music;Miss NannieReeser'
eeL a little talk In which be said that he DS FOR COUNTY LIGHTSJCREASED tinea tea-of ;-fOI'-tbe.'Wuoo-I" -

The I wness of the meeting concluded saw no cause for alarm at the St. Cloud presume, that they will have to be sub'ml '

: the i were numerous calls for"Car disturbance and was inclined to regard PAVING, LIENS. t ted to th.;'meetings 'the'various tl.

son," 44 Mr. C. A. Canon responded it rather In the nature of a good thing EXPERT TO JIVE LECTURE COUNCIL TAKES FORWARD STEP -- organizations, first.. The following' ,

11 in anei t address. .lnc..1t bad brought the Democrats of Council l fixes:,Amount of.' Assessments have sent In their certificates: t '; '
I He si d that he regarded: the meeting the county together: in a love feast I Tampa .Board of.Trade.-Prea. Frank tL

.'. aa part slarly auspicious. He referred which meant that the vote would be Is Sent Out by the Associationof No Consumer; of Electric Current Against Lower Broadway: I C. Bowyer Secretary Willis B. Powell ,

to the i iin ,n* beginning made by the clubtoe greater than it had ever been. American Brick Manufacturers .: for Lighting Purposes Can A resolution wa adopted* by Council 1 Baker County Board'of Trade;'dele. "

'j i' enlis |wf so many name at the first The campaign committee will begin to SpiratdPropaganda. Get Out for Less than Wednesday ev nint'fiting the amount gatesr W. B. Ceve,",T. M. .Dorman'and';

I:; t meeting, and said he had no doubt that at once to organize clubs in each .precinct One Dollar. pf the .paving assessments agaiast the Max.M. Brown.. .

them ibtrship would be increased to and It is expected that the lists property abutting on Broadway between Plant City Board of Trade, delegates,

a thouskad before the election. will eventually contain the name. of' It U likely that the citizens of Qsee-! Now watch Rome- Bass avenue and the',Floilda. Midland C. B, Boot, G., B.,' Well and WayneThomas. : -
howl
f f.ThV
I "It 4oold be a mistake for the ail the Democrats t
(It great practically in theDirector Railway "It was reported that the to..w. '
ola will .
county soon have the, .
privilege City Council : j 'I
voters ff Osceola county to fail to give' county,. .listening. t.a.Jeetar. on the i adopted a resolutionWednesday .amount l for.the completed work dsignated Trilby Beard vtTrade,' '' subjectof '
evening''placing'tbe'mnI( ::;
the De fceratic ticket their heartiest Woodbeclrve're'"geeenouslyr brick paved roads I was $6873.85 with a total frontage -. fiankitnn L. 'ATUn. Jr.tr"R.. .; BVU: ": '
:' and hot 'support at this proffered the services of the band.to the ,ubJect. by an expert on I mum cost to each consumer of the city of 2411.76 feet. The property own wards. I ',

1.f.' 1 time," Ud Mr. Carson: "when we are drum up the meeting, and the member Mr. R. G Johnston a member of the furnished month electric: current atone dollar ers'portion of the expense we allottedat Stark*.Board .of' Trade. delegates, e

upon t|* .eve of electing one of the of that organization gave their service committee appointed by the per $1.26 per front foot,; except lots 1.2 E.'S.. M.W.e".l.,.B. Doon and G.' C. '
county commissioners Such rule have
should
I grandest nen and' best Democrat thecount. with commendable eal. a been adopted ande" In BoswelTs AddiUia and lot Livingston; i
.
to look Into .
and '
..J sis ever produced. There Is it waa a good meeting-and the Dem report upon long time ago, according to the prevailing 5 and i) .I\\ ;
Havana Board
the cost of brick,: road., is in 'of.a part of lot 6, South Florida Railway of Trade delegates,
receipt opinion:
no .political. party in the world which ocrats'are in no wise disconcerted.; letter from the Public Land Working on the meter survey,. which was fixed ,at,$3.63. O. M. Tillis, O. F. Landers and J. E.
baa sheva. the same tenacity as the Following Is the list of signatures ob- of Locating system and allowing',,each man to pay per,front foot. D.'Graves't
Co. Sanford .
conveying the inJTonna for just the amount used has -
resulted
Demoentie pftrty and In' spite of repeated tained so far M the Kisslm '
composing tion th.t"till P. Blair will be in 'this Innumerous instance of August 14 at 7:30 p. m. was set by St. Petersburg Board of Trade delegates. '
i, fittest it has stood for the. rightsof mee Democratic club I making the Council to b....'complaillts against the '
section soon with his stereopticon trouble and Lew B.,Brown ,and ,Edmund C.
prepared the work attached to the '
the for honesty In public office J. W Thompson George F.
Maple Parker '
assessment so levied and the clerk .
Wimer.
I to deliver such s lecture and thatthe ; f'., .
matter $
quite the .
unprofitable to
and for a just tariff, until now we Lee Neat. Dan Johnson, D. A. Smith city. was directed to notify '
property owners
are within sight: of a great victory. Itt &. D. Waring. C. G.. 'fewton, R. G. people of Osceola county can get The clerk ha had to trot around and Sarssota Board. of Trade, delegate, i t.
;:i would"particularly bad at this time. Johnston; T' M.' Rivers. J. W. Prentls, him to come_ here by paying his hotel collect bills for a* small. --an amount ,as H.,, 1...'HlgeL *'*'$\\k't / ,.<4 :tffcSjCV\ a : "',.<' .. '" c

JJ i ofall others, for our own county which Theo McAdoo, T.' J. Fair', J. p. Cow. bill. Otherwise'the lecture will be. free 12 cent at time The revolution just SOCIAJJVENTDannV . Palatka Board;of Trade. ? delegate, ..' ..:.. "
of cost to those .wbo hear. The' letter i W.: Royster., "
: adopted bound to have .
general
has done its duty in the past to show a ger J. McPhatter C. A. Sessions, Henry apeproval
goes on to say that the people of Orlando .,,though I U 1 should ,think, that the
may regarded as certain following
lack of Interest 1 am sure our people Yates, D. L. Wooten, F. H. Sallett. Opening Took on Aspeds
'.' are being notified also and will that a wall will: be sent\ by the t ." would be about the order1' of business : "
will aria up
remain1 true, I feel pretty certain Henry O'Neal K O Hanell, E. G. ,
probably have the lecturer at .that chronic kickers. of Big Reception.The : . August 16th:, Ten, Lit.,. call |o order .
too,, tII.t"the greater number of Fennell V. R. Ellis E. M. Ivey, John
.
'tr' .
place. It is likely that the 'lecture will Council sat Wednesday for Dunn;' ( **' by< Hon. :Henry Clay. Stanford. .
our Republican friend who participated Davis E. H. Hail R. C. Barber Geo.j evening opening at bIr depart -
in the Democratic primary will standby Gardner C. B. Lane, ,E. G. Vans Agnew I be given in Kpsimmee.. The cost is the express purpose of hearing, complaints ment store last night;"was a brilliant president JCiselmmee( \. Board of Trade.I6vocatton .
j AL smell and coming just now.the time isopportune I against the recent assessment of event and'w. far in > ,
J the prlsiary nominees, for they are H. Brattan, B. McAdoo., ; J. M. nor enjoyable '
,. honor boonf to do it." Yates, ,Geo. M... Patrick Kenneth P. for the people to become bet- property abutting on Broadway and I many respect than a reception f It had 'S.l.ctoo'of temporary chairman.. and, ;
I Mr.. Carson alluded Interns of highest Butler a E. Swope; R. T. Butler T. informed. ,concerning:the cost and Drury avenue tor paving purposes) but all the social: feature ,of a reception secretary., .
the character M. durability of such road.: Tb. picture none'was'filed.. There were some com. wthout of the boresome' concomitants ,Appointment of Credentials Commit -:,
commeijdaUon? to_ personal Murphy R. D. Dnggers W; J. feature would 'be l any .. *
1 of Cpt. Clay Johnson, the Republican Sears, C. W. Griffin, R.. M. Evans. J. an attraction jn makes: plalnu'entered..i.tln to paving In .!f tee. .. .?
: nominee for' representative, F. Geer H. M.. Steen L. 111.'Wbldden, ing"?the. text. of,:the..lecturslmore Irupressive. .- other sections, but these did not come !, The orchestra was 'stationed on'. thesecond' Report: of" Credentials' Committeeu!
.
He said th4t,be had com in close contact J. :E., (.Bass.' Sr.. C. L.: Baud. J: 1. _, within the'province of the call for1 the : floor and rendered delightful Discussion''of plan of State.Chamber,. .

'with Capt' Johnson in ousinesaior Overstreet, U.,; D.. Boone..W.: L.'Camp: NEW, PICTURE: THEATER meeting,. still .the complaints were giv music and all comers were .treated to of ,Commerce;, led by, H. 'H.;. Richard ,

'P ",a number t ;;years, and nobody bad a bell,W. G. Campbell Rpbt. Campbell. .n'be.rlni.;" They were of a minor delicious ices while,their vision was regaled . sons,.secretary. :Jacksonville.; Beard.of, ......._. '
"' ,
p 1 greater personal regard-for him. "Bat' E. L.''Lesley, .
.i' 'tWfi how will Capt Johnson feel"he asked, i A. Morin C.' H Estey.,W; P.Liender. ,Central Location 'on: Business Street: of Without controversy.IN .. _- ," .L _". ,tr Jn..the.. offerings Ot dress goods'.,. lingerie ,Appointment of>> Committee' on Coostitution -- '

; I", "If he should be elected to the legislature ' son, Z.: T.'Rlles'd.'W, Tyner; \V.:'AJJoiner. for Amusement House.. I ribbon and furnishings. The and By-Laws. .vT.x: \i.

,t 11; e T Ha fould be one I lane Repubhcan'surronndd C-F..' Prevail Jr.;, J. Wilder, HOG'S STOMACH opening was'the,Inauguration of a'Red ,domination and..Iectloa'of permanentoCBeers

by 102 Democrat: If i George'; N. Sannden,' 'I'. G.(White., Jt 'The' fruit'and ,confectionery store. . Tag. Sale,.,which wilt, continue, .for se- of the organisation.: _

he should introduce a meritorious measJ i$? Craf ton.,.B. O'Qulnri... S. D.:'Bailey now occupied: by E. Niemeyer, on oral days.;; Selection of next meeting. place. ,0+'

'.are -it wouldn't be given proper considj A. L.;,Tattle.; S.:J..Triplett.' E. Irwin Broadway; .is to be transformed lotus {dating ,, '<'Strange .'IntideruVfo :a ,AdJoummeaCOf .

.eratfon, because ''the*source: would be J.tt;: Reese King Padgett.; : A. motion picture theater, ,the work to begin .T Truthful Manner.. :SPLENDID. MATTER: ;' '.course. It'i*'' understood that this' t It
In the D.ar'future... Mr.
considered by those Democrats I really Sessions J. H. Barnes; E. L.'Green. J. Niemeyer .
,
Himself and George Niklls;,will be A butcher of KI..l( had occasion program can ,be...divided, Into morning> .
'
think that we will be' doing Capt. Ii..,Woodall; M. Katz F. S. Gilbert. E.: partners um. Cloud>
r ,Johnsos a kindness to elect, him .to re": D.' Kits. A.;'W.:Guttua, T. L.: Walker. i in;the venture' The Place wlU be to purchase few live razor backs froman St." '
J,J. 'comfortably fitted up and an'excellent Orlando wholesaler. .One of these *literature.. and morning session of the second day.: ?. .
W. '
main.at_", Hall.. L..Poulkw Geo. W, B.... ,'*
{ .The, humor of the gathering, was c: E. franklin c.- A.: Carson ;RomaThomas ,,line'of pictures.will' }be shown.'< .The hogs, acting In such'a strange manner, The St.' Cloud) c Tribune, .. has Issued.some, On the evening ticae of'' the 16th, would( be an: ,( t
which G. W..htoti manager of the ,new* theater think: squealing and :'granting : ] appropriate for a general public
:: shown by the'applause greeted E.'X; Gilbert \ patbetlealyf attractive' ,literature for. The entertainment "
Mr.' Carson' references to 'Woodrow H.,'M, Breaker :J.> ,A' Smith, ,,....C. there is plenty of room, for two amusement that a hurry-up call. ,was,.' sent to Dr. very Wonder City$ In.the form'of pamphletand smoker' course or ,,,which would'
a be. of in the bands of Jocalcommittees.
Wilson Democratic leaders.: StaDfo 'A. E.,Don.gdn'J. places m Klasimmee, and are Vans Agnew,.vet.Oa your t'
i+ t and other : .i. Z.: Rbber- ; post (anti. The typography is first :, ..1 think the delegate will *! ff ;
Hon.W.'J. Sean responded to a call. eon. J..W, Busby.; Walter Lorng) James going to back'. their judgment,up with I .,examination, the: .vet.disgitoeed class and the scenes' illustrated prove want' to J leave:\for 'their' t' "
: respective
.1 \He said:,.that be would never''bm11sv' 1. Hatmakar, F, ,W., Stalker,' E. 'J.: a, strong. bid for public favor ' the case .as :one of.:acute appendicitis; the cl.ar'rlght, to the title., St'Cloud tame. on','the evening train on the 16th.- '

I .. that the'people of Osceola county were Brown, J.,D:' JeffordA, G.,Powell.' ; BABY 'SAWNAddiUon'to After an operation, was ,performed by Is truly wonderful ;sty, when it* age I '. a' w;
'untrue. principles until he Kerble' Smith. 'JH..' Stewart Dr..Van Agnew ,(in, a '' "
le Democratic P. L. ;masterly' mane considered., Hardly three.years old, L1o. MIAMI.
> saw It demonstrated. U* was confident Henry M. J.'Hicks. Lewis .. n.r). be extracted front'the LOCATE J.
,1 ; O'Bryan. R; --;.... 4 bog's appendix It h.. many of the conveniences of,the i.l.ri. i
,that the county was )fully ,four-fifth M,' Haosell. A/A.;WlrU. A.'O. OUbert., ,: ,the Deer, family: at a full..set of false' teem. Upon city, and what Is more the people' have 1
:
' Democratic, and expected, to :... this XL.; Alvey, H., R.'May CL; D. Cain:: ,'L. ; : exsminstlen 'ofh.. cuspids,-dentals, the civic pride 'that makes for 1 W'frMi c,,

result at the poll; in November; Mr H.'Injrram. J. W.; Lilly, G. J.'Downing,.... .lhb k's'...Reservation. etc... Doc Vans .Agnew. looked sadly" .' .."..... ', . .. progress. I David' S,..Bryaa.. to Open.L" ,'' "

Sean tilled\ upon and. Introduced; Hon; J.; T.,,'Reave*?. Wf:,,B." Harris. W. C, Have you"seen':the ,t>aby fawn? ,If grieved;as much so as' if ''be were attending . _.v .,Mqic "

;C. E., Franklin, who,' be said was chairmw Bass,'Dozier Leitoer.',,.Snmter Leitner not it, ia;'wellwortb, .the trip to the the funeral of a bosom ..friend.H. SWABEYWINSJudge DavM'SBry...,' ,brother ol' Senator! '

+ of the county committee'when be J:W." Miller W.A. Smith, C.' W. Dann.iS laundry! yard where,, Frank Umbe k'. murmured.'Ala' I poor. .'Yor ckiI: ;; '-. Mat Bryan and until reeently'a partner" ,
4 '(Sean) retnrnedfrom college and entared : C: Floyd, ft.L.'Lapf.rC::. .' E: Yow deer family. is .qaart recL There were knew1 him .well.". I : tnhlsbnh.r'.law w'

iT ",,.,.." _his first political fight Fighting ell,','A- B.;,Jarrell' .,, .J I..,R.'..Smith.. G."'B.:: only three in the family tII Tuesday .It transpired 'the teeth belonged'to a .) *'Perkins, Decides Jat'Oty. vlllev; has,deckled to:open firmInkJackeoo.a law: office In .V

then,,14 'said," was of'a 'more turgid Woodall.. ". :;. C'Deraocralk when. Mother 'Bees surprised Father near friend, :of. ',our: noted, "vet," ;;. Mast Issue !Permit.Bdmond Miami and' left-;KUsimmee 'for' tba,1place n
J .
fyf} and stmoons character, .than now. 1-, ._.1.. Bill by presenting him a son and b lr.: search for whom :was at coca.Instituted : !: Swabey has.woo his conten. y..terdayl'n;:\ s; had .been'.on 'a '
.<*Q Mr. I FraoUla was. greeted with:'a Rally: by Marshal Pittman.Therefore .
Manager Limbeck don
: purchased the animal ; ,I with-the. city authorities tone.ra Visit to his sister.bere/MrsriC.ATCarson -.
+ ere round cf applause as be walked to they Democrat :OunpbeQ about a year a< r of precinct will Marshal:Maltby i of big the use of asbestos shingles In building having recently ntarnecl'-., atour :
center the platform and'' l leaning on meet 'Saturday.. August, 10.h.,, Florida deer, and ire doing well In the lando;was notified..and he in short order a residence ''on Orlando avenue. ; of the west \+" 'ft'' '< 'l., '"

ibis caae; talked in' an impassionedH "' school.house at TJQ p>',m. spacious enclosure back of the Laundry ran down the owner of the teeth.:"The The building committee of council did :. MraBryw'snU.e': :; ai.drJm.:; *.1'': '''k,

1 manner concerning the recent 'npdsint. I. ,They eat graM and "eptablea'and. are I teeth, according: to the.cnm.r'Utory, not think the use of the, shingles" permissible training will',commend1 tt at:'once to- .

Be said be was not prepared to Mr. H. G.' Beboui who halt( been with very fond of tobacco,. bad been carefully extracted ',from his fa.the fire limits and ',the matter the ,business;;,community t of Mi aal ..' '
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,talk :ya: company of Democrats,' butaAwoaldefa the W B. Maklnsott Co. for some time, Tb baby is a tiny thing,'as deer month sods laid court '
upon center was in
: go a table tested Judge Perkins. Dade ,county.?... 'He'la::n. s&a l.:,,
: to,address:bis nmark.&o, has resigned his ,position.and will, return -, but 5th Is spry as can bo and can'already sometime fa, the wee""tIID.' hear ''of rendered his d.cdlon'he.dyR favorable that part ef the gUU., and Ms '
,' who bad com. to U". 'to his old bone'.bi'/' ':Pttt berg; Pa.'outrun etber in : ,*--... .' } ,,- ., : '
. .any youngster July
; I -; "L' town. ,.Tbursdny morning" "SStb., On-aris. 'to Swabey., .. '. is assured.; .'if" !Mi I 'l?, ;; .
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f .....r . ,.IJ4LkME'1 ,, ,;r RIOtlfF I f 0 I ALL ed to)vthef train.?Wednesday morning' bf' I Get.tee Habit 1
a delegation of Maeons, Messrs;jl Mi -

: '" ':THEh. r r WB cich0 ots Lee. J/ E.t.apt.: ../w.\w.\.c' noo .and .OF'SMOKING A

H..E. Cole actin as pall';'be,"". :The REAL' CIGAR"OSCEOLA"

:i' .., It safe.front aD the deadly. germs of the .konse-fly while interment will take place at the old 3'For SIor e

..A.. ) +'": sleeping nndcr a home in Maishall'Mo. i
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? ,'y( '.'. SUPT. SEARS IS OPTIMISTIC The deceased .to survived by his wife I Jr' '''.

,.' and seven children, the latter being Edgar Sold at all stores who want
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; William, Marvin..Clinton, Malcolm tit best for their customers TrMeTwo
,< Establishment of Special Tax Ruby and' Eva"'Asbury., None of the

School District*and Enlargement children were in Klssimmee, except

Malcolm who with 'hismother, accompanied "
of St Cloud School'
V Missouri. j ,
the remains to One

I of the other,sons was expected to meet 'i f. : .
Rural school in Osceola county will them at Kansas City. .

open next Monday being the tint Monday Mr. 'Barnhill was a Kentuckian 'by FOUND 1J'

In August ,which,,, according to a birth but'went to Missouri when a boy. .4 t. .
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resolution ot the School Board was the He was about 65 years of age.

fi date set for the county schools to begin /D1t
work. 2- .

'This program 'wilfoe" carried but SOLID 'MATTER A FICTJON7 II } .

where everything is in readiness.for the "
F Scientists The place to reduce -
i opening. There will be incidental delays Now Declare That What
deems 80 la 'In Reality
only if any at all. The detention Only Reo Altos.W. () .
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'; WSTBROOK BABY PROTECTOR Motion. -
my expenses.
t of a principal, or something of that "
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t' I kind may occur to delay the opening of Science is knocking the materialists . ,

I t / some ot the schools on the'date set, but end for end as the boys ssy. It Is (

ONLY $1.SO..d $.200., .Can be used any place. it will not be long before the schools) absolutely. proven that there Is no i

are doing full time for five days of the such thine as solid, substantive mat- Read Partial List: Ii
"t d r Call ..d see them atKISSIMMEE week. ter. It II only motion. This stone, ,

HupX Sears is very optimistic over this table this hammer Is only mo 3 can Tomatoes 25 .
FURNITURE' : CO. the outlook tor the school tion., Some newfangled Idiotic Idea. t
coming year. eh? Well, It Is known that matter Is 3 cans Vienna Sausage 25 B.MAKINSON ;
: He does not think the Osceola High 25 .
r : composed of atoms. For a long time 3 cans Verb Soap To
t. School will be crowded as it has been, the atom was thoufht to be the final ,
".. + .. 3 can Pork and Beans .25
iT' and he has reasons to offer for this be analysis of matter. i

lief.It But such Is not the case. A few 3 cans Cove Oysters 25 1

',. has been the.ouatom for a numberof years ago radium was discovered, and 3 cans COM! Lack B. Powder 25 t :, .

pupils to come In from the country that has broken the atom' Into small 3 cans Dutch Cleanser 25 I II '
districts and attend the Kiskimmee bits 2.000 times smaller than the H
3 Ga Hash 25 1
hydrogen atom, the smallest of alL I cans
j school. In a numbefof"the country I I '1'V/
school districts the- special tax for These particles of the atom are called 3 Lot. Wooser Sauce 25
electron., and now It has been found "
Best Creamery Batter 35 if
longer terms has been voted, and this i Jt
that these electrons are mere points i
will mean that the pupils from these of electrical energy. These electrons White Meat 14 :{ ,

r districts will remain in them and attend says a magaslne article "are entirely 1'1 to;,,

\; { their own schools. In addition to such free from anything that can be properly AT I I..' r''

1 ....- / advantages being brought to their called matter." ?'1 :

(; .... doors, the School Board has been Trillions and trillions of these electrons II""
: WEST KISSIMMEETAYLOR'S
forced to take a determined stand in make up this piece) of Iron, and ,

iI order to prevent overcrowding, and they are always In motion flitting I ,',
i : :} r: f hereafter pupils will be required to attend about at the rate of 60.000 miles a sec ( "
I ...... .. I. I '. ; ond. Now you know there is a lie out \ '
the schools in their
districts ,1
1,1''i. S,1"' own -how can a man.calculate,, the speed ,
j : \. 1ft. if they go to school at all. Then the of an Invisible motion inside of an Invisible I --.- -- - '
; <. -j Own SUMMER DRINK t addition to the St. Cloud school is goingto ) atom? Oh dear reader youhave ---- :

: ,\ 1 help 'a great deal 1I.is expectedthat no Idea how big and deep this Phone 250 Quick Delivery .' t .
: Pure Juice of Florida Grape Fruit world Is "
( the construction work wllj not be or bow powerful human '}I '.
.; completed in.time for the opening of genius Is, or bow small a space you
' ., VH just touches the spot and its good (for you t too-re-i 1 school occupy In the. world.-Ohio State Jour ;
that 2 but in orderto
September ,
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commended by leading physicians everywhere for it* 4 nal. ; '
.., [wonderful medicinal properties. $_-;,, is i pure-that's' 11 give plenty of time for the contractorto --' -- to* 1' r

,., i (sure-no chemical no coloring matter-just the pure* finish it is likely that a resolutionwill '.1' .

V .. d'I'' \nectar fron\ Florida's choicest grape-fruit .i1 be adopted by the board at the next Safety Play Counted. The Quality

__-=-- meeting deferring: the opening there The .subject of "kissing before engagements
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THE GRA-nro COUFAirTx. for a week or two. The contractor ia for marriage" came up at The ;

1.___ __ "-n........ .:.. positive that he can have the work complete a whist club of half a dozen married of 'H
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._..- ....-' --'I"- -.I.i'j .. by September 15. couples. It turned out that not one ATLANTASEMI..WEEKLY f

Supt. Sears is aware that the present of the women bad been kissed until
-. her troth was plighted. One of the KORRECT I
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school quarters in Kiuimmee will not :t
+ men bad a poor memory "We used to ;
be t adequate to the demands 'for very
kiss, sometimes, didn't war be said '
long, but he does not fear surly over to his wife. "No sir" SHAPE :
; she said, with ,
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w deep Indignation; 70U tried to. and i '
the meantime the superintendent you fought for the privilege but you '
and the board will bestir themselves to never succeeded.Is that eoT" the I Oxfords is f :

:) p work out provisions for the future. husband remarked: Tve: killed so Biggest Newspaper 3 ," 'I

!I,, : I The school population in Kissimmee is. many" "Whafa that? What did you in the South welllmown. '
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." said to be larger in proportion than say wife aaked. There was a
pause. Intense but nnppressed excitement
'i many other cities of like size. The j
ywas visible on the faces of the The regular price of The Atlanta ,
growth has been so rapid that the facilities
other married ,meD. ,"I say," said tne SemiWeekly Journal is 75 I.
""' "'': ,, v ,$>uA'Don't have been taxed, while being husband. "I have kissed you so many #
cents If will send
: \ thoroughly creditable and among the times that a year. you us' Why.
: # I can't remember when IbecaD.
(1. '$ r ,I f .'. stand and watch the world ::1\-, {.6"-1t best in ,the State. .. ." Then the other married men your order,.you can get t

" o go, by., Jointhe procession.i .Any ,., I : breathed more freely. The Kissimmee You

,. J one, can "Ford it" today who ,
I BRONCHO
.' yesterday could afford a horse BUSTING To Escape Gold Bricks.A Valley Gazette should buWHIDDN'S at,

....,..- man or a woman with funds to ..
and equipment. A third of.. the Invest should make It"'a primary principle .via 'the
Simpson Was Great am( the Real

'.' .. motoring world travels in $rd 'Cbampeen of.the Day. banking to house first consult of< established an experienced reputa Atlanta em1..Weekly, 1
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,' cars.because the/are light, right tion. The first'step In the prudent Investment .. '
t k Journal'betla.
t 1 and economical. j There was 'a broncho busting at the of your money Is the,.eleo-

xq . nail park last Saturday., Quite.. crowd; tion. of your banking house. You
More than 75.OOO Fords into went out to He the fun, and they were should choose a bicker not only; willIng orxe :year When you buj s pair of<
new '
service i
I I ./ ; this entertained while the fun was on, I but competent to serve your -every '' Korrect Shop* Oxford
S season-proof that they mnst be ,
bough the wait between acts was need-one with the requisite patience ;' FOR' ONLY $1.75
... )vn ht. Three passenger roadster $590 rather tiresome. announcement and sympathy to study your In. you hare the s< tkf action
-fIve passenger touring: car $690-delivery vestment problem lrom all angles, to -
contained this offer, which Is given verbatim of knowing tlu I
car $700-rf.o.b.: Detroit with all you
make your problem his problem. .
,i.fir.'f. ,equipment, Catalogue from S, W; :, '"Tb nla ,a .tandlng'offerot Few Investor realise that within the Send In Your Subscription are getting ey otiose*

Ir. e.. 1'1 !..' Downing;. agent Kissimmee Fla. S25 to anyone that will! bring.them (the past few years there bas sprung up anew ..
value
,,'I\1J'.: I - .' iders) a,; hone ora, mule. that cannot guild la the 'banking'"business' .flight? Away of and e n/ort

v \<. be rode,"- Nobody won the |25; everything bankers whose business runs well over that is possible to put

i, that Simpson: bestrode soon ,ao- $100,000,000 annually and whose success 'T. tai paper, not to the Atlanta
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; t .. nowledffed: his mastery and quit buck* Is largely due to the faithful and : Send-Weekly'Journal into a pair of s MM*.- .' ',

.. log, but with Tom' Smith it was somewhat thoughtful attention given each serious f (
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_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ different. Tom has the nerve all Inquiry orrequest.for advice: If gon I r"
. .. right and is some",rider,'but be tackled can aave'and.eommaDd $100 or moreeach ,- 1'"
I yon command the best -
NOTICE. one bay eon of a catapult that sent him Tear can L.M.WHIDGEN
,. .. brains. In America.-Leslie's.
' 1: flying over his head,to the great enjoyment financial FOR .SALE! ;

, 'JC........_....bY gIHOthat .... ....... 01 Coaat,v.ecn..Lo, oloa.n." Mtheir U.t r mUr nMM '" of th*crowd.' Simpson. was easily- 'Kissimmee AutO Garage and Machine .
]via. Jalr 21 A. D. laid, rwo.lv.d u..eo.atJ'110"' Tau for eeuaUaa$1oa.or"...to.I' .. the."ebamp4en."
'4)owlageha g.sw.n..4ei..ald..e.ame.4ta.wst : Company has accepted the agency for '
V' '. RK8Olf. .CaUlo.A As.e.ed.< CbaDpoi Tor 'values ...... To.J ' the Carterear, one of the most wonderful r.l----\ --? :

J+ /. .I.nol.11 Adam..iUIa..,.._..p4.1.......1d..V......:.,........:..... '400:10: 71'0 117000011000- 101)0: MOM Death. of J..W. Barr biII. can 'of the age..and will In stew . '

/Aid.en/ .....lull.n.RH'e.. .,... .............. .......+..:...,....,110s n ,:>scoaouo 126000S7OOOO .lone.inoet oo j. William Baeobul'-died a6 lab home 'days have a shipment of these cars: on /ONE* LARGE MULE &CO.
H-.ArI ..,.; .,.. ........,". .... ...? till viern90 S4OOO47ft in Kissimmee about hand;which they will take pleasure in ,, ;, jtp.v/ork double .
Tuesday morning'
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..,O.L'.._... . .....i.; ........' 10 so sib OSHO OO '
"'Due; Pom... .:.. ... :\...........,.;..p..!. 'f0 40 00 9000inuo 10 o'clock. His death w... udden, but showing to all, 16-tf Sell Cheap' '.
,... .. ... '.... THE SHOE OUTFITTERSE.
.bet..CJ"1 yd 1+..+ ...... ., ,.... ,1110. 00MO WOWoo oil .
\ .J.'1... ...... "' '' oa7SOO II0009: peacefuL ,He had been hi failing health .
.' '. nnwej,W..... 1Mi..r.e.... ' 2011'l.." 1110 78f : '
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for some time, but on the morning of 7 ONE "
R.mG..m ettl.Oompae7 ......' .....1200. JOOO 1900000,0009, ,SMALL YOUNG .
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.t.oII. &1..1( V.1.. Wp. ... ; 200 : 800 now ,190* OIl hi. death he was as well1 as' usual and
Bop.... G.W......._.. 1/100
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44000Xnooo MULE .
_' ,._. ... ". .yac.yk.y.. '\?. r 1,210110 S44OM ate hearty breakfast after which he > ,:
Hart c.IIL ..,.; ..aar..w.... 100' IIfIO : eaq 0) tI' -
1, 1....Ye..Jaae ..t.'............ . ya+.." t'I :,.I r 100 176 to 47S 90'a' went tQ town, as'was' his' custom'r.- 'The HomeBakery ***. .
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.. : i>t..t-'t'J; 1I 110 20000 860 CO '
t Xl 1IIe II.MtJ..H.. ; ....;. 8 .._; '01176. u'rning In short time. his ONE. LARGE'DRAY. "
s ''''' ; \ 474 COlooo a Upon return i I ,,
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j; 'IH od H y..i.1.t !" " aq1'.: ,' 6VO ,120000 oocm S. KIMBER '
1 : T ...,..,...:..f.............. 1:100: ;,1100 '. 4WO 00 )onMO he told bis wife that he would lie HORSE .
.o.aw..t, "L iD. j. ,...... ,... ...f..J60.. : ,x. zoo". ,78000 00 down In the veranda for awhile (; .
. PP 4gett.". I '........,!;.,.;... ;.. .., /If 100 soooalanaso SOT no sleeping ,; -
..", "' --. 1(.....".;*...--."'f.......r,.. I'..+a.. 100' (/3"00'. MOOMJoooou and retired to that part of the bouse. ;:;'PIVE"REOisTERBD'' Exsert! DesalrtT of r
e J'IenoB.L; ....,. ...w.-100' ', '
1* ....... ......,..,...n.lir.T.f" .f.rAr' .,..,...(., 40 ." 200 76. .. eoooa 220: so .MO is A short time' afterward Mrs Barnhin r :'
y .._II.-.......: ..<:. ...AdT.s...N1200'' 11101' s1:480O (0 .,.sonoosJUOOOO had occasion to call him Receiving ' 'JERSEY BULLS Watches, Clocks
; no Is i overhauled ..
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8..rllaJa.per.. .;..,' .t..4 600 I' -7110 .' '*so"'o noST being thoroughly : '
Bloc. Aloe .. ..'........ ".,;.' 711 I ,\'JIIO\ -. f' OS .79 00 response she'went to the couch where, :2 to 5 years old
101y t.wr..oe.V. ,. .....I.",,,, eo' 100 r 00 .4,. .. renovated'and more modernly Jewelry Etc.
'11..11.M.. .... ." ; I (...".",;:.,.I..,......,+ ,110 -f 100" "'191000 '',1 4MOOin he lay and discovered that' life was ex. ; ,
i.J R...."...........ry,1.rW1'n.w, .:. .. 80 . 180 2060$ 69600r Unct.,',He fell asleep with his hand... eq ipPed'to meet'the'growing.demand : tOR'FIVE ,
.. .....ft.. .....,..., 2IIt $00." .Jnooo")i /, ''ts-.IOOO FOUR MILK CITIZENS
.. 1J..II-. .. ...-04 '..: t..I..... ;27& .90o. ,J/IOO:/ 00" .we. 00H"1 der the pillow and died I hi that position. of the,public":for.}$t,1. ,J : BANK BLO'O ... '
.;' iader9rJ !\ t.'t..f< ,I Q :., a90. "I' $61600, oowow JCOWS GROUND IXOOB',!'
i.. :....... ..J.r,. 1110 .. 69060 There was no evidence of. ,the slighteststruggles .
. .......;:.,,....,,1.",..... ...' 000 600 ,: 779oa 219990 \ .
i4a !... ....".".,"..,.....,...\.1. .100.d',. l6VO 88tO 00 euonoWO BREAD PIES>CAKES also KISSIMMEE. ; rrpRiDA
I sub."M r.Ur.. If.C..1.M.-. 401.\\ (76, l8OOl" on '111'. Barnhill came to .aimm.. J last t
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..tI.. ..u..r.I.H.I+IN.e'N .1"c.r,," 121 toe 6!!1100 1g.'b90! ,' t !h .* ,
. w. r.... .( : . 711 December with.his wife and son, Malr
""" uf" Ue 4Hl0D 1>1600
(" f n' I ww fkey .A..r. ,.,.1,*T,...r I.... .......... j... 100 11100 16000 'SBOOO4IX)00 cola, from MarshallMissouri.' .They 'We especially invite the patronage THREE COLTS
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.<,0\ u Waikvr Wrt.. ..4.W.II.c..i1'.M... ...... ; .. lot WO 7.00 expected of the.ladles. of Kissimmee,: 2 old "
.J.'A. 160 :l76tJO built a borne and make thin years
r 11176 e0 (o 100
... """lMo.a-: .........:.. .i.. v...,..it... :10: .00 ,1.00 446p their home: knowing'they will be more.than. 'e .. .. .Acres.; )J.. ..
.. 'Two years'ago bo'.spentthe
..1.zy$$wbo. .eo.plUet.b..kewbt/b.aboneb.nge.aboaidaa/b.m.de.1;; 100 acres, a portion of which '
with i< is in the'
... .__ pleased our goods.ll .
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k.q'a.JokeMOeorOre..6ttbw.V.er.oo.4lb.aezt, ..I.r winter here and was well known idKlsslmmee > J .J" city limits at $50 acwidon '
'01 a1.01 O.eeola OooaatJ'._ )oeI.C D. wblOii easy
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"'1-I.: ...u.e. t..s 66..parpa ol b.ad.g_ .IoM r to. Ise.. rs od -.&JO.or' ...... . and was generally respected. ,.H.:REEB,.Proprietor., psyments R..D./Waring! t Co. .1.t. 'f''
./ ",.- "' !,-r' !..4\ R. G.OIIE IOU5KTON.flrealt ooortS .., He was:'a member of the llasoniti fraternity "W.B.'MAKINSON. .-

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FLORIDA HOI r.
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et "rr ""Tallahassee.. Man HM. *tubes atWork" .eaaaU; ,i.'.rV <
; ui tbe'eaptlon ot"a story In,theTitae the .contract;" ; _i .
/ ) .Grocery Company ;Denoetat Bat; it. .....t milUowof mile. of ..n.l.; : .
; ; dol.... uer!! 'MlHtooa. of nw retened.. IMM -= : : ;; 'W. bave for sale. a splendid| 20 acre farm about one mill' I,, V r ,
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I ', I" to; It is mullahs of f"Itde be ., and,they throajrh ,(torn. : ; :; :
I ifs 'rh/ '.... -lt/tio1eile .and t ltkilOaaJ.hllri:' ia--: ,, ,s ,) are ...Mox .their.owner honegr... whoop. !(; thwa;;' havte ; afl o a t'; ; ; ,
rhynea. : with matt,,. ,A:' 'eertsOn. :M*. ..... '' '
.,,"t : : I ; 'td.out.: liipltrftdid'propotltlod: ., Price $ 500. .l't' ; "
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j bison -Of'th. Capital dtyMiM a bee < ,.. f1--
QROCERIESr '
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,,;' !, ; .,' ,, plant.which will-prodace 88,600 oouod Ft, i. udf\ '
",'i"I ,, ,..' ,, ,__ '1.. of, honey before; .the/season "f U over out IU fire, : BUSBY FARM-We: ayofie[ ;; Jn;: :,the ,same n.lghMj1IG .
"; r .. ,,, : . " ; ," ,: ,' ,\ which will1 net him some Sl.800.wbleh,. contract tests ) ., -:-i1oo4saaor9aofl: land;: US.MIrlrll:1Ine: state/of cultivation* ; ,

"t{}'.:' -I. SELL' WE 'BUYV :'\" ;; I Isn't: bad for the,busy .bttie.f3.L I. ). pow equipped i *no.d:and crow+ fenoed, 4:'*or*. ho* htlght'fgrr: I'pasture wttil -' ,
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WE :: ,.f I : gratlon of ; ,
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nioning;'water; :> of bearing; orange fcrof; '
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'. , Florida' is evldept! In Lauderdale : : .
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'J&) 'y,' -"':"GRAIN' .' :y'- :' ' li.hmeptotpew 'pap....;; here and them business! ; : l '' o Iclcen house,,-'Ohickertabadst! ; 8 .ffraiw1 rboA t':los at '..wvaa! '. a

I bi" ,(, I -'FURS, ' The, Delray"/ Progroa ,the,,.' Fell lJ1ere i losing no time peaches, Ja.paDeGe..Per.lmmo..., plums;. brri si'ati4!. .?'vaii iii' f
\ j.,.' FERTILIZERS \ '. ,, Farmer. the Highlands. Hummer ',and tion of a town. : ':other fruits; a fine line'of bisauitful.Mv<.p ask'tre. sjurmrtWHncth r! '. ,r

< ' . .' WOOL" the South .Florida tfanner, the latter (elected. That' : >ouWaU6 }prettYlpaim i l.nloe cedarsanolll i .. soft
::: 'ISH.I Oi.ES" ; .,,snit ..
' additions If also to :h ,
,' at Homestead, ire recent Ity >> ''M
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... .' 'ANDr published ;
maple aboutthe ,
//M" :: ,' ; hoiwe, -AbaAt2.m; ,/oeotejr rof
All propagation of :
ORANGE .., ." to the list of publications. : {;
1U, BOXES > '
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''. ALti seVm to be doing well,' and all I are :good to be planted town. This plawe q'.no'be''j purbhrsad'for i- ,t . .$%.9OO.. .on. favorabWterms :'

", I': ,:. '., ORANOE'WRAPS. ,..; .' .,' ', .... ., .', 'I, papersx,consideringr th.,,c1pportunltie.anet The mango tree 'of payment.'T "'' .- .\
) "' ". .' COUNRY conditions from which, they emerge.. shad and '!1. in :; "
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f; r,'. , VEGETABLE CRATES. .* '..Ir,,,, '(. f _'_' 'I,i tree'of'rare be ;; ,, ',FLBMINOHOMECo;; : 4yigre&of; .HoWfertll ldaid': 4about"4Oypunetcitru's
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1;.J' . CRATE: NAILS PRODUCE. Governor Gifchrlst ha* appointed the: baa Riven the ; fnilt trees:! ."' :
i attend thefifteenth nurse'ry\ and.th.. ,, betHda 'peach sC.; Erapeir' ;
to
Ik -' following'physicians' : ne'and : different kinds of berries, fine line' "of .ornamental shrub .ry .
annual congress on BJ ai '
i;; .r:' 'W ,fell'field and garden seeds of all kinds. Demography, which 'meets at. 'Wash tVllemera ; .and"nice:flowers t in, the. front ;yardf .splendid 6;room''j..hwwsv f ,

:\i i a; (I We give special. attention to fittlni"out 'huntloa"and camping ington September:'?33-28 Dr, C. E. has. come' ta porch? front; andon: one side'}outbuiidaigs,,:deep welldf; #unir'.' s r r

<.10 I parties.,, ,' .' '' Terry, Jack 6nvill le j t>r. h L, North S. U. Bowet sold soft water.' This property, can bhad-,' recently
J: i Fre,:. delivery n City limits; Phone No.,12. Miami; Dr, A. Underwood, St.Pensa-Augustine to Alexander ; 'the. city limHe. / "! ,''j'jWe !, 1'; 1
Dr D. Nobles,
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r. ,w. ,. We are county. agents for good fertilizers.: -...: Ask,. us. for circulaiand cola .and; Dr./William Sheldon Stringer,Tamps: an.officer: Oft .. .. -- :', '.. ' .
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,.; .: r prices on fertilizers. V. _--w' the, .Canadian have on North Main St a:magniflosiithome; ,:loeat it tail

ri:' '.. .. Miami'. perturbed over the disposition Steamship' : 85 by 156 feet'of ground,, Q room houee,with! 2 bath rxxMna< ,, i '
, of Its ftnancee., Mayor John Watson ;: lees to try to lots of closets, 2 fire ,' ::
; places splendid1'porches-out! i.1: out.bltildIn *, 1,1i. '
gardeners to
f iBrojhers.T.t has a big'job to.tackle Immediately Farms project. ; is convenient'and: ; comfortable.; All n;'first,.(class 'condltioa,; |< '
*l. "Il Ja of
.. s . upon He has entering a financial the tangle position to unravel mayor. garage ;buggy.shed, stable? ,:wood! ih.d servants, hous.sto;, ,9 ; G,

NqrIf. It's the 'Same1: old ,story of too much The nice bearing orange treesbeauthul] Shades on all'sid.a 'of '''the' ?.

.'if e JOJPUgciurt .Jul : money spent for ''improvements that do held In Ocala house: "'This'splendid proprty'can be' purchased: ,for,'$''

not show up on the.map, somehow. Cl Hodges of. on favorable:terms, of ame\f: Beet reasons: for:sellini!. ;: ,
E. R.
Gunby
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.' State'' Bank, of Sopchoppy is in at' large and e'have
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trouble."and the comptroller! has; '..or- ticket., The ;COTTAGE HO HE Here, *very'' pretty:'Wsso''(U! '
: party will be with a".beautifurview of the 'lake, J 6i ) : \ room5viophouse ; : h j'
: >T N. Saunders .dered an examination. The bank!wasorganized'wlth'acapital ,pC :,! :; '. ;. "
V George ,, I of 915,000, and It is reported jn good 'condition, ( feornfortable; pretty:,yard...$ast'ir' ni.:, "'' ,'

: J BOAT BUILDER there wad ilboutthat. ; ; much money on seconding eran'of",", beautiful'view of.the lake,'good,neighborhood/ price''.$'BOO; f ; : ;.
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the cashier departed for a '
when
t" V: deposit Ination terms i if 'desired.! ( ; : '" .
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visit,to'Georgia.It was Intimated that .
; iAgeetfer"Ferro"and"Eagle'Enginesc ; '' j' I \\j .
convention
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c rTIElE hu.H... FH' [jrt>M.lrt.--+-. there'straight:,was but .When something the;;'cashier not 'exactly'found JCnowlesJC y ; .: ;; -BROWNFARM--40' acres of land rquarter mile'i',. from. r:" :

" '" o., ,.,,.r..AV. .y+c co-ra KISSIMMEE FLORIDA' that there was to be, Investigation, Gainesville; railway'station,200.yards from school and::church4'; .r 'i '

1..>. \ , f he immediately wired that he would-,..- D. .L. Skipper ;; :\ ; 12 or 14 a.cre.iD,, cultivation;;\ several bearing ..firOra
) Pensacola :
turn to ,Sopchoppy, and the uneasinessforth. L ; "G. : trees, most all. excellent citrus' fruit and.. Prices$40 ,

: Doze: > tim.beln, was.relieved. H.Hodges,' Tall ; ; e.criefavorabletermi;. } , of payment.!, ) .J'"| ;;' ,!'\ ., om'I'om'I'iou8e
: Lpffl's.:, ;IPBOJIBE" ,AThe BOEKGY' ;{The. government'will-. undertake soon sonville; a: E.1 : -/. ,..,....' (' ,

,: Oldest and'Largest Insuran e Agency in Oaceola- County '- the' preliminary survey of the inter- lando W. Williams. ; ; In the'same neighborhood we have 7l acres of,land. j 'f j; w.

FIRE V LIFE'ACCIDENT': HEALTH coastal canal from' Jacksonville. to Miami .'yards from the'depot(convenient to'echool and'cburoh'r,niw'tl' ;; : '. ..

. ; PHONB' rte-' .. .3tf' and stake out a channel, Tallahassee Lewis, Otto;' ; :ac're orange ,royed2: or: IB*acres")moreiiearedancllnM: : .yo;" : . ,

I,'. : "" . The.Titusville-Board of :-Tiad.1. an F.',D, Miller; ; : plant to oranges, 4 room house stables. >excellent, Iandr' :36 ,

',. acUvs' b dy., 'The'dues were recently ton, Arcadia acres of which is fine.for citrus fruits, balance',. ,,lies" lower in x l''
month.,' This W. a ; the artesiah belt,excelletlttorarmh'ind'truoitGaga f '.11f'iT '
raised to one dollar a : r. !
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; ,. rAT: BANK "p.r' ISSIMMEE body has regular weekly meetings,and Trivillion.. IJ'w': splendid property. has'a: ve"ry Bright' 'andrpro8perous r fi '

,, takes the lead; in all. steps of progress"-1 worth color WyW.' ( \ : price: $5,000.. tlme on$3190Q" jf' desired"" 't '" ,.
In that good town 5 . 'r.r.
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oldest Tr:
r Bank In Osceola County 1. ;TJ naye.
,,' r" I ., . 'The. .Pa atb Board'. of :Trade has; . I 1 : v Vie have?'many other farms,,ranches,;:orange &TOY' .! '

Depository forJNITED taken'on ,new life." Recently,,135 new'. FLEL I aI city property, for sale''r tCorrespondence.olicited. ., '" V
; : 'STATES GOVERNMENT. STATE: or FLORIDA members were; added to the list in. one I : o
i COUNTY or OSCEOLA: .- CITY or KISSIMMEK *, i

-'' .F. 'CAPITAL STOCK FULLY PAID.' ;..... .'.'. .:?,. ....,..$80.000 00. day. ,, '--rT"' : \ : tS N ..war'rgr M LW'Varyi& , '.

c ",i SUHPLUSifiWfoVvV;; , .'. .,- .'. : v. .. . ; ,".30.000.00., Miaml'expects>,tor have Boon a 'delistocked' Do .i.eti'P \' .... .P' .
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ostrich farm bigger and better 't ,/ "; Y" : : '." .
dlr. < 1.bTOCMHOLDRBLIABILtTY..l..60,000,00. i : I, 't .. ' .

;. ,. DEPOSITORS, *' MBCURITY. . ,',..?., :,\'.*. Mr' .. $I3O.OOO.OO, ' than are to that be imported xt! Jacksonville.direct forthe,The south birds "' "Liver" R. .t. ,;eY....._r"'"C'n" _t J.UJ'_ ..}.. .1", "......M. '" ...&, .,' ',0:J
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SAFETY ,DEPOSIT BOXES RENT "- -' '
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Hon John. .M" Cheney \t your
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CA. Carwn' .Jno.; M. Lee MwIab, N.. B.,CanoaFres't was notified upon return . .
, n *' game last week that President Taft and j; you .. ..............'..... '. "
; Vlce-Pres't ,3d Vle..Pree't Ca hler .
had sent his name to'' the Senate as the acby'V-don't' ;; ; . , ,.. . ... . _. J._ ,. .. ""' .,. "'. . ,
t V. successor toy.JudgeJJam'ela Wi Locke DodaOn',.' t' EMIL MACH ERNEST. .MACH V
. . , judge of ''the, Southern"Florida Federal .You are' ; ? VAZt- -ithae.ra' Oil C".,.:'f'. .. "'i' ,{ f' +, ,'
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District court,,:who ;recently resigned Liver Tone: ; f".j""f ,

.r: 1 JOHN. STETSON" UNIVERSITY: Mr, Cheney'wbo'is' let) ; present district vegetable.),,i : : .'" ,..,"...,Cs" : c.. .:.: . :. 5 5T
LiriCOLn' HULLEY. Ph; D.. Lltt.'D., LL. p.; Preaident attorney; "will(be succeeded" ,'byRichard, without

?' THE BEST'SCHOOL.45o2S&' FOR YOUR'HILDREN'. P...Marks; his, assIsUnt"-': as good calomel for . Livery; rj.r.: dale:, Stable "

,Sena.Them ,to Mtetson.V ,F.II.Term Begin 1ept. 28 '' ARt.Iilll ell .
,44 Prof_and Jnatructon " 'CoIl.-tlbrm Th. ,D Land Register,l i 'bobmlnK oncein a _. ,,, rv.. ., V t
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'. ; IJnivmltT Blllldl.. CollnnoflUw. Judge .Jaines.W..:Perkins tor Governor. : : : ' P'1.'I'' :: : :: '' ,." ..-" " ,,, ,, '<1
; 28 ACT Campo: Lut Year i'otlaaol CalUnof. T..haobeyrA018tudMb BuaI_' ''t --:. .Liver Tone I .e.-A"I"I ( .'' ..... +,CQ'Q1.
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! ' .000.000.00 EndowTMol Preparatory Audmy *x : Drug ,Co., ': : #. J.I 't'h"Jro: .f> .i1'W.t >* t-.M. {
r '; ;, ; ,tl l.ire V u.mea. In Ubrmrr Kortnal School .Tl&OOflPip 'TheFloridaPlantatlone: Company Is clean' : 1' 'f'I.1I:1iv.ry' : iing n.rv "' k 91U" 'eg ...,'prompt and: ,w
ScboolotM.ehafMArh" withes l' .
: f .: n _{._ the name of.a land 'company,that U api: erce dayon nlir .
boraMrMs ,
S fet gchooi of ltu.la your money .eatiefactory; .8 ( \ ? : .r-
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Unarp.Md{ ......Kqulpmrat; Bebop of FimArta.Isp.r.1.torrtit.rfe.foryorraw..rdy.uu . plying forletUrs, patent,; capitalized ats I ,f
". oeprv .. ; .i.womos
4",1 Par Ct1oc: or..Uw., for \tr..tlo..or '..r room rosarve, : o. K<14r*.. the company Is to. bar at Fellsmere;; InSL It i\and In your1;;; your, J .. ; ; Z' Klmm.ePM! : d, ) ,\ ,/: '::, ;r, iF.eba e /; :

VV JOHN B.; STETSON.UNIVERSITY. nE FLORIDA' Lttcia of,Klsstmnaeel county. 'The capitalists company I.E.composed G. I medicina you, I. : } | ...... ..... .4.. 'I'..'.'. :
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r ) . Vans. Agnew Is president; E, H. Every:; " '. ,_ ,.n"-.+.- -..16r.'I', ,. '.

l,. 1"I -, VV VV VFLORIDA.... . . vice-president;,P.A. Vane Agnew,vice- bottle today under.trom;. { | ; "" .1.. ;,. I :" ., ).1' '' ...._. ,, :.i. .. ; ,; a't!

s ;r .; THE STATE!:UNIVERSITY'' "COLLEGE I president; Arthur E.Donegsn; treasurer ",' ,' d .....--- .... . ........ ... +*
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'V ' STATE FM WQYENTALL11AUU' I : I ; ": '' "' 'n
I t'! .,. .(M" -* fi.llMECVHIs?, FLORIDA :. : ; . ;;'; Wi,, B. Crawford,. secretary.: r t; " .; '. ;
h i., HTf SOUOI OI'Bfl SETTEMER THE lltk,1112"_ . : tV,, r-.n Nice flo! J lyTT 'd. .d.r "
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-"'Tb VnlwnritTOf rrh.rlda offer, .xetllofit opfwrtaaier ('nll.j ,. ml School ) -V, < e. )
Mta-' ivd SclmoM Nor .
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'Is'.working: to 460T
; I for UM liberal and mofcMtotml. dacm- with KInd...._DmiartaMnt. Sebool of 111....... Hastings No-. 1 .
I rt r j ,Hon of FlorUa young Mm. at th aetusl seat of School of Art.School of h_...... 118... Economic experimental ',tatl lI...under the: large lots : ;
living Hl>h moMl ton BOBUttfalbnidinm. j J ,
Dapartomit with Bxtrnafcm Dtvlalon.manOt ;y .
8ohol.rlpttufaeultr.. ., n! q :
I,"," .br 100I ul a- on, Uavtifvl bulldlan awl ft...-..... supervision of the Siate director; The! well: b| tf:8 ; nKtNDsOt: \ .
I yw_t IIWTMUM ttcndaneo dnrinv tIM post ...ul_"throurhmt. Tuition fro OthOTax.p United States'V'government : .... v .MAuuIN... -
: .thruy.ma. Js.d.rIfAthtrtim.ndoth.rform.. ._. ... . Kor InfortMtkm add_ '- department orange.trees.1, : ' / ''
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_> -01 tndoBt.wUvlUM.Himi. AA.for.M' UJUllRJCE ettonguo.. -Pray I ,EDWABDCONRADI.Praa+ . . ,) ,, has ',-co-operation..'; The object sition... ,I'rlce : ." ,,jy w.", s a! .ii .. .*'S. ..'+.ECIAI'. " " . . < .r'..
<; ""i <. I.' - t f mainly; U to, study potato-culture 24tf, i ) ; : I]" ., .. aupplvof .;.,., V ?i'' 'i, VI fbl tlMsV ,, ', r.I '
-- ..c L. 'J" . .. .r. ", ,.. .. ., : at this 'point,,.where potatoes) are'grown'to : : .'. Ion. fitilat'\ alb",, r' kgMMll ...... ..... .. .. tilnk ;;\
rV ... '\ ; "fioRtDA'S OLD ST COLLEGE 1 lpasboatg: $ "' r /
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: the greatest perfection and marketed N ,
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\t .. ' -rw. ; g.E; )'f\Nr ..;PARttp'PLbRIDA, for,the. ,beet. retuhiswj. 'No.;' 4s i...Ni ,Pheease, ., I s
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;I ,.,-. ? lepertmets.4College, Academy School ot Mnslo,''School 'o!, Fine 'Arts, ;'I ''"';";"f lot; 6dxU2,> ; t : t99, al D'... A., MCADOO'", . :1' ;.e.J:
School Expression;'.School ,of Domestic and;Industrial Arts. Business School 'Comptroller31: l W"V'' ,;, Knott 'bis'ap blocks of ,1\: 9'J ,
tIE.oaltyTwenty '
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tx Course for.Teschers.1, ,,1'Prot 'lOra'anan" ' ' J!'pointed B. C. Whitfleld'to the toositionof "'and ', .." ..., ' !"...fgr.0rt,-" _.<\ tI4.! ,. .,:"' ,,, . .. . ",. ,'" V _V
:&, true r'a" prepared In4beVforeinost: .zamln.\ street! ,
',lr "Uolven.tie.f; America and Europe/ "' 4 1<; T* "? . ,1 State' bank Mr;Whitfleldia high school.! ; : '. _
t,1} '. Locatto .-On Atlantic Cout Line and Seaboar Air tin /143; mlies'eouthOf brother of,.Chief/Justice: ,Whitfleld\ ',24tf ' .; _ . ., ,
, './.; Jacksonville, on the famous ,"Florida Heights.;"' .in one of the most beautiful] of .the Supreme'Court,:and! has been an _. ,, .; ". --::'" ;, :( ... j' .. v ,
,', and healthful towns in the South no malaria', ; = "''. \ I IJ' employe of the First National .Bank OfTMlahw..fort :0 _
;.. F.: Bniialasa.-Ten commodious and' attractive buildings; Science) Hahi'costing: twenty'yeari::.' : f fI ,e' 'Sa '}S.BGZ .&, :SON"
erection of'25 Lake Virginia .
'f <$40,000. now In process of ; a campus' acres sloping to i N. I I : : .
which |I. connected by navigable canals Wlh three other' lakes;;;separate .W.ii0: l: .. .
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*' for each! student .etric fire protection Of a mil ;: ODe ). >ll> .: ; ::fI a, t7t; ; 'V
ilV; outside room ;; lights;: ; quarter : .The American Banks the nan>e long ': Ce1TKla- lad
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I* ,." V lion dollan..endowment-1: ,., < } f4 V. i, A Ward No.. : "At ,I'' ; .aIN', . 1
!;, Athletics..,..Foot ball, base balL basket: baUrago1i: << ;. tennis'laatinR.. swim* of anew insUtutlonVtobe, opened at tong blasts :: \" ., ,f rr r' .
1' 'min&',:required gymnsstics.:* Golf links and aymnastum are aa tine in!the. Lakelandsoon,", .Jb ls.,.,capitalirtd at ::'Ward No. ; W i 1l Xgt3'i'SIDPlALdr \ "
'.J. i; --South._ .Thoroughly: : Christian. but undenominational} in.spirit ,and control_ t :, W pOD,'>arlyai\.home.capita long blasts ,' f : .
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;' ,o!' 1' that tb ..Hirst Bark Construction : A -sari f : ::0IIee Pbotl.I3 . .\. "Deer.00....... ... V.'

.: .. (Prhttil rDcpart eat: l Sf: figlt_ %! :''i.7'ate t i for .digging Co:, theflxtn.the'Brcrg4ade;having the Tdrainage CODtract pym.Ot.fence and*..E. I , '. :" .-,1. ; .... .. ,.:. .. '" . ..',:;,: '.' .;... ," ... "

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' : PUNS, TO:THAT 'END \Mi;FootExtension VISITORS: :BEJM6 J ;; ATTRACTED: H 2'-. in .

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." practical directions for; the of Eajst Coast Railway. 'Correspondent write From'Nebraska ' implicit) 'faith in the 'futurt ot K\salmm\ we;'ltaw '
specialty, (of giving Having whlch'we'feel
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,t : wax We'makea. Mean of Successful Session' built up a-buslnesd of>
ItW We hay
and Transformation ?
; . 'management' ,:erf' .soil and crops, including control of, insect ; to Tantie Will t made home. dealings to'' merit a'' continuanoe: +
honest fair
M1' k ;i !'disease trouble; If you are'a new settler, or If your crops in,thepast , of Territory Wants"' Season Ticket proud, and trust by business in this s6ction", If''
!1:, estate.
real ,
t, write;, us in detail a' large portion of the
,+ '. 4 : j have not entirely 1 met your expectations, 'cf desire'''a In the most favored section of, i f orida ford the''
home
c' of .yout. work and Its surroundings. preventatIve''for almost. Promoters of the land department of 'Klsslmmee will' loss a 'good chance, you smallest price that property can be secured for we invite you' to, r
; R member. there is' a remedyor nest tome and .
East Coast ,Railway Com If.the citizens do together .
the Florida
4 t I!eve "ytrouble. The information which supplemented} we send out)by:Is the based most on pan,'and the Consolidated Land Company organize for\:q chautauqua .season. ., call 'on'W'e us.'offer' .Vacant. Resident' Property Improved City Prop: '

1 3 oyr thirty years practical experience profiting by are said to b. planning.: the crewLion There' abundant opportunity and the Farms Orange Groves and, Colonization. Lands-a.t''

I w ,; careftjl ,scientific study.. Hundreds, of stlll growers greater are-number.' The of a new county, the sans, to be people' seem to'< be, ''willing.. Organza( 'er lowest.k prices: to be obtained, ; : '!I' V V'V

L thIs service'r but -we.want td" reach 's- ,, for the II known: probably;se Everglade county. tlon is -'the. only lacking essential;- but fI'

. + v , SUCCU9' t tha;' growers' is' the foundation! ,, .prosperity,, : . : 'The northern boundary line of the n.weOUl1tyt ,without it there will' ,be no challtaultua I Ir ,!-' "

,entire State,..; : r the creation: of.'
'' . r :WILSON:1";: OME : FERTILIZER, CO. will be'.ubmitteti"to' the legislature ley', Gazette' Mrs' S. Wi Thornton;of ,iN.">/'r-AnJaurftCtire; homo outilrlo Pine.of one.Np.429-"Larr: .seven-room and on- three-room vi,'\

r'' ; )Manufacturer of 1915 will bean' xtn.lon through 0. I Kearney, Neb., has sent the Valley Gazette' dale ,.Thl properly high I III ground.jUlt llou e house. Large/ house is lighted! with', SB'

t" ( 1 "" 'f' ceola of the St, LuCia ,county, lino'to a '"copy'' 'of' the'' chautauqua program city is two-story' limits, and on o.\alna. ehlhtroolU'I, electricity, has toilet and kitchen sink, "'

; IDIAL'PERTILIZERS -' point in Polk,county., 'turning south and given tn that town'this,summer, all plastered and hard 611 finish, two small house also has whole sin* and toilet we, j\
sell this an a or separately.; <
4 ,r JACKSONVILLE. ,..FLA. } clipping off a part of DeSoto county'toa having just been''concluded.' Mrs. porches,, fine -well und large I five-acre barn. will This property 1 I. well located will I pay y e""

," point'!in. the ,neighborhood of the 27th Thornton adds that., she 'hopes t id i be in This tract,house' wltb beautiful is locatedon view of a the city 10 per-cent on investment if rented." !;4i k

parallel. The lake will be the southern Klsslmmee in time to':take season tickets and lake Land !II Mupted M citrus Price of both houses, ,$2,000. 'i

limit; and the eastern Un. will probably for, they Klsslmmee' .' session., Mrs. fruits and trucking. This property favorable can, No. 434-Fine tract of',40 acre./just '
a slice- of: St Lucia county. Thornton says | be had for 3300 on very
,; .. ,' have off to short distance beyond city limits on
"" introduce 'customer
, \ J. The town of, .Okeechobaa it" to,beT.county'aeet,1esUned "Editor"Valley'' .Gazette :, Do,. not owner'and terms Will let them deal direct. Shingle Creek road. Close to splendid t\\
; as it is'no wy to be think want to take your valuable time, t high school churches and .; Price .'',.'

' the terminus of the .May town.,branch,' but as we.have an Interest our lovely No. 463 .... 4000.A beautiful six- $30.00 per acre. Terms'' on part}if de I

+ ; ,:\Cbb/,\' Stylish Summer "Frocks. or KUaimmee' 'Val1 y.. division:''
: . ,' Florida Cast Coast Railway; 'ne name delightful and IIUCC.IIui'au tau qua, bath to., roof, toilet all modern two lavatories, hot No. 437-We are offering some very'
room lots ''located .
V of the town"'of Tantie baa been changedto ; I am sending program' and ,some press and cold water, cabinet mai.tel. electric desirable resident onlIlc.three .

W6have,; , 'J just'received "some chic'' new styles' ins Okeechob'ee' as'then J following' fromthe'Tropical comments.. I hope to be in Kissimmeein lights. House furnished complete and shrubbery including blocks from, for Court$300..HouM.Alley in,rear of high'elevation all 1.'" '
Sun, published. at West time to take season tickets this. wins piano. Nice flower. 147i three lots. Ca h, or short time.. Let

: .Cliilclren's' and. Misses' : ; Palm ,Beach" will exhibit. The .Sun ter ,Very hot weather here." feet on in ;yard.verona Large street lot; extending, fronting back us show you these Iota. :,.

savst"Th: I Some time'ago:, a Board of Trade \Committee : , i 117 feet deep. A splendid home, delightful No. 301-An attractive home in Pine-

SUMMER DRESSESSmart' ..new' town of Okeechpbee. on was appointed to investigate the location. Terms can be arranged dale. This property is just outside of '11
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,f : ; the big lake of the same name. Uearning plans for organizing for a chautauquaassembly. on half of purchase pric city limits on high gro\lnd.\ ," 1I0u. is
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"lj ' ,: understood be the Property must be seen to be appreciated. and contains eight rooms, all
; without It is to two-story
." Frocks for 'itself a reputation put. ., Let us show it to you. plastered and bard oil finish" two \
= '
\ StYlesio'Dressy the''committee'' to become .1'\'j
? ;' tiog; out any apparent effort' to secure' purpose of, porches, /fine well and large barn. This' :
,I, i",;*> .' , ' - such a thing. ' active now I In view. of the recent agitation No. :309. Splendid new 6-room house, house is located on a fiveacttract..-
*'I'(&*& ,: *: 'made ofFine, Quality\ i ""Rumors have assumed such proportion . of the 's breet., It is altogether; lust inside city limits, fine deep well. with beautifnl view of the city and
.4 contains two acres of ground good Land Is adapted to citrus fruits t
'be lake.
will
I'' reported -
likely that some progress
: 't 'i and White Goods that arepreeentativ.of''h.'impseal new barn, wagon and buggy! sheds, all and trucking. This property can be i I
j.1. : ; :Pure 'Linen Sun managed to waylay W. L -:iat 'the next meeting of the under good new fence. Fine location had for $3,300 on very favorable terms. .

: e Bragg resident agent of the Okeecho-: board. ._.. ,.. ,__ for small truck garden or poultry ranch. Will. introduce customer to owner. and \
,. ,, ,' *' =' -- arrived in the city- ;- this if a fine proposition where you will let them deal direct II
!t 't. Missses Cool I Stylish bee Company, who Death of Harry Darrow. will have the freedom of the country, !
:: ;; Sunday night."The to enjoy all the advantages '
:, "I,. yet close enough No. 303-Small farm inside of city 1 1limit.
;, Frocks town Is located on, the north Harry N. Darrow, formerly a reporter of the cityr such as splendid .." This property consist of a fivef

-r'I., ; .***- 'j'' L. _ ,. Summer end of Lake Okeechobee, on the Onps- on the 'staff of the Valley Gazette high school beat .markets, churches, acre tract within a quarter of a mile of ,4
hohatchee River. The preparatory l')'surveying dled'at Te home of Id4 parents at Ben-' etc.- Price $1600. Osceola High School. Small house, fine ,

<". :, :' Co"me. andsee' them at work is well Under way map. ton Harbor., Mich., July 24. He was FIVE city lots on which is located a four-inch. flowing is well building, land all in fast cultivation. In 4..(..'
', ': Iota and Companionable, loyal and energetic fine view City very
) will be out shortly and town bright nice new five-room cottage, this direction; lots will soon command a !: i
.JI. 'J I Bale and his brief stay in Kis of the lake, cool breezes. This prop-
if.. "\' ,I farming land. will be offered for .during good price if owner should!desire any "
,, :;.;", ",' .J.I,, .', "Some conception of the fertility of simmee made many, friends who will erty electric is located line, on close high to level the proposed lots. A time to sub-divide and sell it;for residence -: I,

+ :.. t. . j:( \' "I' r the soil in this lake region may be gathered learn 'of his death with deep regret bargain at $1600. Let us show you this purposes. Price $1,600' ;:i't

f... 'It"" ., ,. from the fact that within a radius The News Palladium of Benton. Hart property.. No.309O"lne) garden and poultry ''S

,' lYr.s: E. L. Pearce of twelve mile. as many as 2OOOObon.: boy gives, the. following notice of his No. 229 A very de'lrableroom proposition. This place contain two f f)
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; .. / : of citrus fruit were picked last, season. death!, cottage located within one block of acres, new 6-room house with porches'in ,
;' ,.} '" The fruit was of excellent quality and 'Th young man,was 23 years of age Osceola county court house, in best residence front and one side; fine artesian well r.#\';
.. .' without the use of fertilizer A -and was' born in Clafendon N. Y. He section of city. House is new, with pump on porch. Choice' location
grown ,,
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for small truck farm.The
or poultry .i
H celled throughout city water; lot 73x
, ..../.Ji, : still larger crop is expected this season. I numbered an unusually large circle of 147 feat. Price 1260. Let us show land If subdivided Into lots Is worth the l.
I i "A number of bustling business menare friends who loved him for his many en- this cottage., price eked without any Improvement. 1-
planning to be in on the ground dearirfg qualities' Besides his parents We are offering this property torJ'i

.;.' .',,' floor' Arrangements; made to date in his grandparents Mr. and II.... N,.H. BUSINESS LOCATIONS $1,650 town is; terms growing on in part, this if,direction desired., ,\The' and ,ay,;

elude a 15-ttfn ice factory,'a large build Darrow,"also grieve for the young life .. No..1"-We have in the heart of the property will enhance lot i value very ,;.
': ers' suppfy store a lumber yard, bank taken away when future hope*looked business ,section: some very desirable rapidly. ' ;,
R.: a FLOYDISSIMEE: ?scant 'iota 'Whlcb ''W..lotrer' for sale.
: : haberdashery .tore, three I groceries, brightest, .. and fairto .. These lots will enhance in value very ORANGE GROVE ,
t, I on. 'general 'store one drug .tore; a: Hope indeed,looked bright' rapidly. These are a safe and profit 'No. : '
; meat market, a 40 to' 60room"bot, l, : H rryDarrow,, whoafter; several Investment Price and full information 883-Twentyhve.aere'olange t;
all under good fence, Railroad ,I,
.. .grove
...uff.rlDa'w. interested
to parties.No.
and a 100' room1 hotel planned. with a years of strugglewith runs through grove;''station adjoining :
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Sells the enlargement "u" business In though to be' recovered.' Su much'Improved good school and church within
view to. .: 471=::-A 20-acre home 'This splendid property; : f.,
,', ''Li'J'' ,' was he after two years of illness quarter mil of All crop
, :, ' < *! / creases. : property: lies 2. miles north from ;" property.
,"' .,'.: .., f'::" . "*""! .,. ' '" ',' ,\ ,*( ," :a' 0" ", 'The Klsslmmee 'Valley division? 'of, that he took a position 'in Chicago last town is practically level, nch dark gray that can be If grown in Florida do well'on. ''
.
;;\1' '; : \ *' *' "" !;j.Y.,,fS f. p1. j\; :. ', the F."E. C. Railway is bring rapidly October in the office of the 'Warren soil with fine chocolate subsoil; 16 acres Florida write or:you call desire on as quick a home as this in ;

; '" \. B't ttG' I Dkeechobee: : road (' He was compelled to give up cleared and In cultivation, the remain- J'
'i '.iI' ( 'noce'n"l'es" : pushed toward lb. Mfg. .0. Ing 4 acres fenced covered with a good property will not be on the market long Aj'

. .., .....1." . ... ., "' is graded about to Whittier, and some these'duties,:however, two weeks ago.deaplt. growth of pin. timber' with some scattering at the price named. This-property wet' .
," ''''''' ; f."' / ! ; < .'
for short for
., ', f" ''I'. 40 to 45 mile. of 'iron 'are now laid. the aid of a etrong'Will, great oak; about It acres of nice young are offering a time 12600.
.' HAY GRAIN FEED Trains are'operatln to Chuluota, and faith'and the sunny disposition he ever thrifty grove in bearing besides a number parts Will sell if desired as a whole or' divided Into. two ''Ii
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of fine Japanese ,persimmon tree., ,
next earned with him. :
wiU be through to Okeechobee; \ F ) mulberries,blackberries, ;1''
some peaches
summer V',"A graduate of the. high school t, Mr. two kinds of grapes and a few bananas No. 415-Very,desirabie'iaoapi lot '4 I

r ; t. .. ,; ,Klssimttiee, 'Fla.mm I ,, :Th."'npl(development of'(tbl(r.gion .- Darrow.was: employed subsequentlyin The buildings are comfortable but not containing three 'acree, 'lust'outside .,-,
oily limits in West Klssimmee
t .., '' is due in part to Its wonderfuljr** various'local concerns; before his m.ne. of great,.value, consisting or a box good .*
I place to start poultry 'farm ,or truck, 'il
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.. \ 'h&UM-of large rooms, porch, several! I
but, 'also to'' the menw"o'"m, ... \ 1'< ,garden. Close to churches and school ,*
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sources _ -- .
houses tool
."- .. :.:1. t outbuildings, such grain
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< 1, -- 7 A bargain 1 175. Let 'show von' );i
Okeechobee at us
The .
J"fj. :; directing .matters and wagon''sheds, stables, } ,. .t .' '1'1 ..- ---op- rea..e.rr -, ---- .; Ihl.lot, 1
,. ,, ot the JUDGE YOURSELFWkkli artesian well and surface well.
i: ." t( ;"1 Company 4s fully aware : Tas( : FOR deep one "
R .;' '' ()' ;: ) ',. "1 1' poulblJltie.the situation'presents, and This. land 'adjoin the, finest, orangegrove 'oDl'
' '. In the country, growing on the No. 381-A 2 -t,...' tract located
) . ;\.(';, i ''J they.. well, provided with the capital Is' Better-Try' h Fspedi eat same kind of land. All kinds of. crops marl road,two miles, from'''depot 'on1
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.', (. : ..!.I 'i Brick Brick' nece sry'for the development of these grow encouragingly/on this land and It St. Cloud road. Property,'bssgoodti

4 .... ( ;,.tI.f. :I \ I rich possibilities; .The company; I. in or Profit ,bye: 'a Ktsunuae is the prettiest place for a home in this ., house and three-acre orsoge.grove; ln.V

$'e,wz '. 'fo.' :"" . .... close affiliation with, 'the bodes\;Land Ctizea's' Ezperieace., section of the country. There is a fine bearing: This grove will yield ,from
:,+ .." j ;w line of forest tree on the outside of 1000 to 1200 boxes"!of. oranges' each*
w : M" ,e'', '): k Company'the land; ,department of the _' rSom.thln'f .the fence with a beautiful palm insideof 'Year, Bum o sot land 'cleared .and in!;
''orb: wwY.w, :' B..rJe I F,' ,E..C. Railway, and the Consolidated : new .Is an experiment,, the yard also some thrifty cedar ,cultivation toinoreae. grove to twelve:
d "it&'. .....'"'" "r-,. '... ,: I Land Company; the land'department oftb.'Consolidated Must be proved be as Represented;:', trees maples, magnolias. ' oaks and or fifteen acres and rat same time can '
fM" _a, ; '' ,' '1 .i Naval"'''Stores Com- of seven! other varieties of'' shade trees be yielding any garden truck desired. '
statement manufacturer's
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t l 1.f1 ; The
' ). .' .. ; ; fs and Ornamental shrubbery and flowers. If in search of property that will briufresults ,
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; : Spany". . ,not convincing proof of merit;; We want to introduce you to the owner this fall and at all time whileextending s
:)> { '. ; /", :: ',3"Q" 0.0.0, Per Day ,' With .such forces back of .them, But the endorsement of friends .Is. of this land and let :you buy direct,('You new grove Invsstlgste. this

: , I they will undoubtedly\ achieve Uie highest ,' Now supposing<,,had'a bad back, , can buy it at bargain and' on favorable. This property is convenient'' &owo.'of' j,
'
.. J J' derivedfromthe' terms,payment. hat marled road on one slde/oo' *noL'. 'i'rPrice
that ,
.. ., success can possibly.be A-Lame, Weak Aching one, i '
Cati notice the
; furnish! ::011"shori' 2O0.
'1> ; .
\ ( < combination waelead.rI Would experiment on it T
= y Tied! 45*-Twenty acres located .-Park .\
l. ." " ; '\' jfY ,.best common. brick. manufactured I ship'extended esperl andtanUmltl' :': Yqjj will read'of many so-callad mre'. Gardens; five acres in cultivation; ten No.402-Fine"2O- ere orange grove i k>

,.., "" 1, f' .in 'theSiate '-jln any quantity.From ,. '1 ed capital, .' 'I 'Endorsed by .trangers. from farawayplaces. acres f'oee()!, 'fine 2-Inch flowing well.\ ,, card inside .cityllmita, close to aehoo'1t.'
: ? conceded to be the -
'i/ : !t < : : VK requires, .no prophet to ,foretell! s '. This is best tract in and churches.: This property: consUW-v

J I.( j\. .one' to>ten cars. on hand' at'. l> II that as' .th. land and' water'developments ', It'a different 'when b. endorsement. Park desires Gardens to owned selL We by a will nonresidentwho furnish. of which forty is in acre bearing'of land orangeand twenty acres grapefruit of'M-*

/rJ :' ,: :' : ;all times:to*flllrrush!| orders.. II :of Southern ''Florida, advance, conies from home;<' you with owner's address and you can trees ten acre additional eeaiecI'l r
Lake Ok echobe.' will present' scene to''prov.loC testimony,, deal directly with him. The price i la at pod In cultivation:. good five-room cot J"
'.r'' ,I" DI'qurIes'a OOtteipeYPetersborg'Novelty ... Easy >
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'ct 'q}' '' : 'j I "ir'.rpLouOrden'" < pf activity, if. any thing:,rivaling that'of! Home|'endorsement is,,the proof thatback. tractive and terms can be,secured: on'''cent; two deep'' wellj., Thi*' I fa an ex-'vl
';. if desired. .
\ of purchase price location : have
II parf 'where ,will
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t you ;
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must i
the big lakes of,the ,North; for It ,box of Doan,.Kidney Pills. 'i
\:, ,<." ..xt'' every the freedom of country fife With ;'dtT ,
'. : ,,' I' be borne In'mind that,the.rich country : Readths.C&88'; ,. No. 468-Teh' ''acres' adjoining j city .advantages Possession can be secure ;-,
r:, ( WorksRonjh 'I around will wear no blanket of snow for 'J4......J. .>L.;Beaman.. Lake St.'Ku.- limits, on\-the Orlando hard road Land on short notice.; See this proposition''
: harbors .I la cleared'fenced and ready for the: before purchasing.; ,'",600}term;,
; .'r \ half ,toe. year: 'and ice-locked' 'I slmmee* Fla., ssysr'Al: .,have) ,taken plow. The elevation/ high/, suitable, on part; Price ' '" \
will be equally unknown, IDoaa'a '.Plls/;and\ have found truCk ,.
,Kidney for citrus fruits, and an& TbJ.property' .'. $ d.
b'', ,' ; thvaa ... ,
,: "Doubtless the"'recognitton'o> beneficial. .used this remedy will be available for
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I ,'; .. them very. soon resident "f
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I', "" (; .. '.h, "' ' -" -...;. facts!* Is' largely: responsible: for' the : when' suffering from" kidney and purposes''A ; as'the city is expanding No,from 468-Ten postofflee acre farm.' under,'located h.wbog-I thr smiles

0 "(t1,,\,r,>" : '., ,' ,r h..V1to..tm.ntl many are making' ; bladder: trouble and;,It brought me so rapidly;* .bargain ,atlisoaoo., proof ''wire,. fence,:two-room _taP,:,'

',J;' ': . 1-" wouderfai COUDtr( relief that I feel justified recommending fine artesian w.U"of' water, .890 feet
this truly ,
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I "". , j I '" much ,0 No. 469-Five acres Inside city, cleared -
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.'", ", r ' ..' i. ctaNTOBD.., ti.t4.Uiis. *; '" deep between cleared
." ?, )' 'e. H." "A. : It. I' know that Doan'sKidney fenced and plowed,' ready/for cult, five and sir acre t
.., .. \. 1tH.'' "!.,.......t. 'va-.we..;,] Bee1+{aqf ( : 'Truck'and Citrus fruit LanA.:; PJli8',' iean',' ']' 'always be' relied vation. This tract itt near the Aultman' 75 bead of poultry and furniture In
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,'i'W_ c.t1'' of" 'j I '" farm,on high ground., $1000.00 take It tthe0btersame with the place; all for,
I *' own
/ ;\ ','" : \ No, e62-Seven and one-half: acres"ot"upon. -- .. ,. .,. f, purchase\ price
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the beat truck'and fruit ',land' in Kissimmee .Yoe'. ells by all "deaierL,,: Price 60 'No; 4,13-eels acres located in' Park,If'' deelred..' ' "'f": '.
f '?: i: ( ': *COy(i. Park," Thls'land la ta'proximi cent, rpsUir-Milbarn' ; ?, ;C TSI',;? "f\
; ; ,
: .. will N.w'xorkVaoIe.pnw. for, the' United plowed.. ne flowing welU 'All ready to' No. 47S-We bays' 'twoetroom
I ty to the lake. Call];;'on us and : '\ j get on and .tart a crop without any derl.y houses'suitable'.for.rooming. or-beard
ff.",, .. : 1 1I I put yod In touch': : with the ;'owner; you Btatee.'j / *. "We can offer' this ten acre with inc purposes: they have electric light,
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I \ )'j : ," : can deal direct{with,, 1 hlml: I'This' property -, Remember, the 'name--Doan's-quid the above Improvements for the (same water'and sewer connection locatedin
) ". and Dressed' '' reduction take.Bbethery'r:' price,that unimproved land Is being sold splendid resident section.:' Call en\
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great
fil'", Jt ; 1 I.- offered at.a '
"j: 'i"\ ,. for in. this tract/Our, price $1000.00 and we ',will show,them to youl '.Tb

, '.\ .. ,"' L UMBER. ,I 1 .' 24-U: : ,.$. Ko1 BREAKER' di: ( ; 'w. I"ep..nt'th ''Provident' Homes : ':
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',t. ,}'- "' ''.. r', .. ',f 1 Splendid BeS era .LOtz 'assist yon. Ili the vbrcbu.'''or. building IE .T1.; 'B'R' E'A"'KE'-R'lJ'l'. (), "1"
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1.1: ',._ -- ". ,:"\ s,; I ',,,No '463-: -Fine, large.- vacant; 'come,I or building of a home, ;-which,,;your, can{ ' '. '. ".
r Ii.r lot.' 80x147*,feet,' dese tor'Jake;; Splendid I pay: -foie like paying rent-: ;Call ''at,'bar, !:.-.r ""Over,Osceol Pharmacy ;+ : f' if:4': ;
'I? ,,., H/OUSI BiB'LLS"AipECi:' : : ; 'j'jIf location.',; ffood 'neighborhood.;; W. Omee'.and ,we,, ,will.Texplain'. ', the'\''pea' ; ,
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> large lot at tbeery: KISSIMMEEI '
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BGfiT: PROSPECTS 'I subscription of $?o. oo,I,t* the,endow'; THE' MAYO ftlIe's 1
PITY
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s 'FOR COLLEGE YEAR' which if making specialty s.U.me Got a Job'on His Hands This '
policies in favor of the college, .. 'kctrIZENs.aANI '
i .1 Time' Sure.. : :
poke| satisfactory progress. The ) : ," ,
policy, of ,this, character: that was paid I Ito j i:: Mayo Bryan la In all aorta of trouble. : .: ,1, ,
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1. P ESs 1. MONTAGUE' IS PLEASED i the fund waa that on the life of Dr. He baa..been- assigned the job of' mak '. J: :

Tribble the lamented. president, for one ing negroes work'and there la no help of ,
u
-. thousand dollars. in sight. The mayor baa had I acme difficult t. y

VUiU Kisaimmee: to Confer With I r.llontape'waa a guest of Mr; and llrobl.ms'to .grapple with since he

W,', ,Head 'of College) Board'PIeacheSTwiceSuriday. M.... C. A. Canon while in Kissimroee. came into office, but he.confesses that KISSiMMEE"p5
Sunday afternoon he mad.'an auto' tripto this la the knottiest;'yet:: The matter :

J Jf Loughman with Dr. A. J. Holt,. of, was put straight np to the mayor in a> ..
..] i the Baptist church. communication: '.'which cites the awful ,,
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t-f President A..P. Montague of Colum I, requirement from the Scriptures that

rn ';. bia Baptiat College, Lake City, spent ' a man must eat bread by the 'sweat [ !
', .; ... Saturday and Sunday in Kisaiminee, and JERUSALEM' of hU own eye brows The writer of ((9.
",:%;_. preached at the Baptist church Sunday, ,- the letter was a little mixed on his Bib-
:; morning and evening.j .' Heal lore but he' was nevertheless lif ,
j antf*-, Tie* Immediate purpose of"Dr. Moriii ;, Will, .Be Subject .of. Lecture: at,Ma- ,,earnest. The tetter follows i I

'f; ? tague's visit was to confer with Hon. sonic:: Hall by Dr. Holt.Dr. "We.:as citizens of Os:Bola county \ Rt '
('.,{t'; C. A. Canon, president of the Board of complain to :you that we cannot hire i
A. J.-Holt., pastor of the Baptist ,negro help In town, neither men nor 1
j'V;, ,:,' Trustees, In regard to filling certain va- church and a Mason, has been Invited'women, to work. I tried to get men to
V ant places on the faculty, but he made by the Masonic lodge: to deliver his leer help move a piano,and out of a dozen
' his I couldn't one to help. They say, :
stay in Kiasimmee one of'Interest on"Jerusalem," and will do so Ret !
'What do want m. to do-count, 1IL11II
you
to the
i 'V college otherwise,for he received h
.; next Monday night. The lecture will money err halves t' Or they want to
assurances that a number of students begin at 8 o'clock sharp, and the public hire sonic one to, work for their wives I i iI
i f/' .. would be,enrolled from Osceola county Ii .Invited to be present. It la certain there la a claaa of negroes
P'J.: for the next session. here that you 'can not fret to work. -
Dr. Holt four months in the
spent from H. W. Weavera'toNat.
'Hi M Dr. Montague filled the Baptist pub Holy Land several years l'O'l and] swell They. porten'range also to James Coady's.
., -t pit Sunday morning' and evening, and qualified to' give- an interesting : and gamble day and night., I wish to I .
I Cdelivered".: two exceptionally strong dis talk.onhis travels. Besides this, be leat lay that we would be glad if 'the city .,
oune.. Impressing his audiences with all times able'speaker, and this marshal would sue that. they worker
an I
leave' town. for there Is no man that II
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ais sturdy intellect, earnest belief and announcement wilt no doubt be sufficientto : can live without work unless he steals. I
? forceful delivery. The 'morning; ser guarantee a crowded bouse. The Remember, that the Scriptures say Sr
.-. \ mon was particularly full of edifying regular communication of the lodge every man shall live by the sweat of

}, substance being' a review of the part will give way for the lecture. The Masonswill his own eye brows Respectfully,
i, '. that Baptists had taken in the foundaV \ meet early and dispose of the ..
\ Won and expansion of the country's maI _: -

r' terial_ religious and educational affairs' labor Audion Sale .
k
:' ,I Dr. Montague his but recently come I .
,',, : to Columbia College. Formerly he was -- Of household goods. On Saturday, Aug. ,
;' the official head of Howard College at from Mrs. Van Duzer.Green 8, at 2:30: p. m., I will sell'at auction a'

and -12. (in front of the old Gazette building, the . .
Birmingham a Baptist institution Forrest, Ark., July 20 ,
J ;' prior to his connection there was for Our Klaalmmee Friends: 1 have delayed following householdgoods7Bedroom ORGA UZE1).APRIL. ,, >.. '1910 \
\ suite wardrobe, writing
"i', five years president of Furman University writing to you, hoping to be more I I. .
a at Greenville, S. C. He bee been !desk chairs, organ, kitchen range, . , j . t 1
'r able to express In a small degree, myappreciation : ... ,. :. '1 '
cabinet safe table, etc; also / .,
!d.,,::1' in educational work for the put twenty ot your loving tendernessto kitchen ; ,' .Jit"JTo '
years, and is regarded as one of the me and mine, in this aad, almost unbearable ' some form tools..Everything entrust your.banking business.' :
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best equipped, of his denomination.He To I thank sold regardless. .' '
grief. say you - - . .: ....: ...
.It C. M. GORDON. -- ----- --- ---- -
r regards the future of Columbia seems so cold and formal. I can find to us means 'that'yopwiUreceive

College u very promising. Dr.'Montague no words to half express the feelings ,
". lays that his office la flooded with of my heart toward you my friends. I Choice Vacant, Lot.No. every consideration consistent with : I

applications for admission and there knew when I sent the lifeless body of 47(5( -This choice lot is locatedone good found conservative'' banking. .. .1.. ,, .. '', ,4..
',G'' can be no doubt that the attendance the one dearest to me on earth to you block west 'of the court house on .Y* ."
i tr: this year will be greater than, ever. for burial by our eon, that ,,1 was entrusting Emmett street in best resident sec ., 'I '

'' The attendance lut year, being the the loved form to the moattend.r. mvU tion. street Has frontage, extending ot back 73 feet 147)on feet.fcm-! : f I,,. 'jil'''', ,".,. ..,"....
fifth of the existence of the Institotion and I { << '
year loving thoughtful men' Few orange and grapefruit trees on '
u was above 250. The number be women that the dear Lord ever bleat the lot. On sewer and water lines. A. ARTHUR E. DONEGAN, President W.."A.; SMITH, Cashier '
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t .. .expects to be doubled within year or the earth with. My precious friends bargain 84tf at 56//0.00.H. M. Breaker &; Co. I > f 1 1\' 5
M: two. Dr. Montague la moreover greatly you have overwhelmed me with your .
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.t' pleased with. the college plant at loving tenderness; and this Is my hourly O' Directors: 1 N

, Lake.City. ,IIe says without reserve prayer: that'your lives, may be as fuU Registration'Books. ARTHUR E. DONEGAN, Ptesideat H. M. Pfaaa. lt Vice. Preidat aC. j

t that It f U..taken as a whole, one of'the of beauty, your pathway as full of The Registration\ Books of this coun- ..W.;' DANN,' 2aJ Vice,President '
r best in the South; and he regards the flowers, and the same thoughtful l tenderness ty will be open on the first Monday in '
Science)Hall as one of the best adapted accompany you through life aa August, and will close the'I second I : Saturday A. W. WINK L It COHOON F.' W.'HILL C. D. ,CARROLL ,, ,

buildings of the kind be baa ever seen. you have shown to us. in October. The bookp will be I w .. .- t ,
;. The outlook la encouraging from every God bless each and every one. kept at the 'office of the Registrar onMain tasJl''real estate '
Vans Agnew A: Crawford, Attorneys, peas .i>o. tkee title Ioau. ;
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point of view. Rev. L, B. Warren, Miis THOB. VAN DUZER. street ,
i the financial agent, haa reported the VICTOR VAN Dozes AND FAMILY. 31 tf "' c..W. Gwrrn, Registrar. : ,r<:d" ..!l....':_- """""' : .".. "
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r :' : 'HifbE"\'G: i 1; i. Okra.Fresh Chnf Btock-P.pper.-. and Cow Peas.Plant'and We handle Splendid. team of mares, 6"and'. ,,*I, If 10.-. .Misr't to bay.1 aa ". ,' '.-..V 1 I '

t : nothing except first-class. Seed, years old, well broke kind and gentle;, 1 ,}
SUMMER ; IS \: suited to Florida soils and conditions. also\ wagon and double ham.... Enquire -y
I! Write for Fall price list of Nelson Realty. Company John Automobile'or

s KILGORE. .. SEED. CO.- ,;,Plant- City- t4t H. Payn.. 25-tf>> ,,I


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prices'usually' charged for such goodst 3 Saddles sad Bridles ,r". ,- 011 j J4 I" sow,.."rest .agtt,.lad;.

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., R :The Kissimmee' Valley Gazette TURIV'ON' THE LIGHT' .".,
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There are vague .reports from Tallahassee .
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that Major J. O.Wright, chief: I ,

W. a HARRIS '.. ;, \ to Publisher and Proprietor. drainage engineer Is under charge: of .,
that being investi
Incompetency' are
,'. Editor
'p 5 k ; J.M, REESE g.ted.uaecretly" 'by, th< Trustees of

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---, the Internal Improvement Fund. .,
:rl i a $ PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Dunng the Everglades investigation ,

;; ,: th,, 1j i"\ .' OPFICB" m VALLEY GAZETTE BUIUVNQKISSIMMEE precipitated in Congress by Representative I' 'J"' _> '.

'r it a :' !P: ;' OSCEOLA*COUNTY,' FLORIDA Frank Clark Major ,Wright was 7 yI

*y to I -. r--- +- -.. charged; 'i by his fellow engineers withineompetency. .1 f
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e ; t;;.''' SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ;0 ; Now the charge comes GRAND

1 \ :'.. /One copy,' one year ..* .. ,.' .. .' ., ', 4 .. .., $1.50 from the inside of his own department

;'i/tiJ\" '! ,' One copy six months . :' .. 'I" .'15 in:Florida, and we hear that the trustees '

'" ,.' One copy, three months "" .' y ,- .40 are Investigating this very import ,
',:.I yI'''" ., ....;.-.......- ant matter "secretly." (

aC (:r\ ,.All communications, 'except from our authorized correspondents; must be What right have the trustees to investigate .
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NY! ,: d ".:;. signed, by the wtiter.If such important matters't.. .

r cretly\ T If Major Wright is incompetent -
If -.: Rejected matter! will not be returned unlena called for. t
-- ,the charges should., be proved and

': Entered it the Fostoffice In 'Kisaimmee, Fla., aa second-class mail matter. be should be released.. If"be,Isn't Incompetent ,

'. '-- ,and these charges are merely

.. .. :: :1..S:1.i:3 the outgrowth of spite or conspiracy j
I i+, Ft d.a.y August, :
(which might easily.be the case) these OPENING
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", things should be known also.
i. THIS IS FREE SPEECH i Democratic' party of today espouses The trustees owe it to themselves, to

A + l 'When our forefathers framed the The Democrats of that time, known as the State and to Major Wright and to
Republicans/ elected Jefferson Madison his hI
Constitution they were given the prophetic accusers to make openly whatever
Monroe and J. Q. Adams:
j eye and wonderful wisdom., : The investigations they have to make.
1 ; fact that the Instrument, made at a Then the party split one wing becoming It is rather to be wondered at that vv

f ; time so remote te our own, should be known as National Republicansand when men are chosen to represent the C.
the other. Democratic .
f ao adequate to the needs of the present! Republlans. \- people In public office that they should

ps C :.. day I Is evidence of such penetrating The latter became the >Democratic --fall to realize their responsibility to the

{i I" foresight that admiration Is turned to party and' the former the Republican people. This is 'the people's.business, "

:" reverence at the contemplation. Yet. party. The Democrats elected and the people should know what is : Thursday ,
Jackson and Van Buren. The Republi- -
,! It can hardly be thought that the reverend going; on. '
f ,seniors, while making: unassailable eane became known as Whigs and Too much has been said in derogationof ,

y . provision for the freedom of elected Harrison." The Democrats were Major Wright as an engineer, for

speech had any conception of the successful in naming the next two nothing to be said in his defense. If

9 F' license to which th. liberty would lead. Presidents Tyler and Polk. Next the he is'competent, let him tear the mask: 1st 7
? Whigs: won, twice in succession electing August
It is clear that the controlling; thought from his detractors and seC the Stateof p.m.
.. : Taylor and Fillmore. Then
74f a with them was to provide against despotism came Florida right.: As it stands, the ,
Pierce and Buchanan Democrats leading
trustees
which would crush individual are placed in the position of
to the election of Lincoln in
r thought, restrict personal] liberty ort up being a set of simpletons to employ a

_' r..tratn'rellgfou'worship. 860.Since the election of Lincoln the man who is superciliously declared by Of Kissimmee's Largest and most modern
t 6 The'time have led tae' different construction his associates to1 be utterly incompe
of. this guarantee, and the Democrats have been in power but
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J.. twice, Cleveland being the only Democrat tent.EDITORIAL equipped.
of .
; same la true u regards the freedom
to be elected during a period of CAUSERIE '
'p ', the press. To greater extremities are I
these previleges gone than was ever fifty years. He was elected in 1884 George G. Mathews, editor of the Ft. '

'. anticipated by the old fellow. who and next in 1892. 'Lauderdale Sentinel is more than an
If Wilson i is elected he will be the optimist ne is a friend
patriot, a loyal
looked so .far ahead and provided so
28th President.A I DEPARTMENT STORE I
and booster'extraordinary.
N? wisely for the many exigencies that '
{ time apd the development of a great The legislative session of 1907 will\

-y. 'people should bring forth. VALUABLE POLITICAL remain sharply chiseled in the memoriesof

r+$ 'r .1}. Too numerous for citation are the instances WORK those who went through it together.

', of transgression but now and Lynn Haines has published a book entitled Many friendships were formed duringthe At which time I
then : session that will remain ..teadfa.t.Mathew' a
some particularly emphatic case "The Senate from 1907 to 1912"
comes to notice which signalizes the which will find its way to the desk of was in the Houae, as representative {
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prevalent trend. many interested in the political eventsof from Manon county; Pope

p ; Last Saturday at the convention of the times.It Reese was there from Escambia coun-

i. '- :the Roosevelt Republicans\ In Ocala. i is just what it purports to be, a ty,, and was floor leader for the Progressives

,'1. Herbert L. Anderson delivered the key- brief but lucid history of the great ; not known by that name at

I note'address. From no other source vents that have transpired in the upper that time however. It is not strange,

, has there been pronounced such a ..cathI -. .branch of the national assembly then to read the subjoined paragraphin RED TAG

k L' ';,:ing, arraignment President Taft.: during the past five years, having: to don Mathews' paper: 14f.
"Hon. R. Pope Reese, of Pensacola
f. The language employed indicated ther'lll particular with the records made by I ,
is
of
one the strong men of our ..tate.A .
; temper of the individual and bad the the thirty senators whose
1, i, lf',' terms will man who would fill any place of trust ,
I ;t sound of a cheap bid for notority. Thet' expire next year. with distinguished ability. He was one .,
'appointment ot John M. Cheney to euceewlvJudge .: The classification and alignments of of the strong men in the'>session ,of A

1. S::' .- :'James W. Locke on the the senators ate given supposedly froman U(07( ,'and, had few equals. aseonscientious , .
worker. Some day we nope to "
,pr'-- Federal bench for the southern district unbiased observer, and each chapter have the pleasure of supporting him for ,
I r'of Florida was the especial point of attack h is filled with interesting; matter. Governor of the state..

., ) Mr Anderson said In part, For.the first tune we have given with There may be nothing prophetic in

: t:: "By God J, I will speak out this act some decisiveness of statement the significance this, but the fact remains that,Editor
jbfirtfi of William H. Taft is u Infamous u of the terms "progressive"and Mathews was the; original Park Tram SALE" I : ;
hellIt/ is an Insult to all! the people of ,
p "reactionaryFrom the frequent mell man, and Trammell! won. The Ft.
this State: mid if God .pare'- life I I ;; : : ;
r , .intend that all the people of this my country use of these words all have come to Lauderdale editor Is fortunate in pick. : ; 'h i "

7 ;' shall know what this man Taft has some general appreciation of their mean. ing winners. He was also the original ".' .1\\;:l" : "" :'J>I, ',
; dared to do to the citizens of Florida. ng.'but It'would be dimcult for manyto Woodrow Wilson man in Florida The ;' :t' '1" :' '' :. ,j'
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q} I condemn'the. nomination of John M. define them readily If called pn to do Gazette regrets': that he was not elected 9 \
Cheney-not because Cheney is a bad
Citizen in his'private or professional so. Mr.: .flames gives the following as delegate to' the Baltimore ,conven Was inaugurated that included' every article in this Immense

life but I denounce and condemn the definitions ; tion. ,
1 :motive and reason for this nomination. ,A Progressive if one who believes in store regardless of its character.
.. It Is the most Infamous transaction thatany the people and that the solution of our SWEEPING IN FRONT ,OF
President, has been guilty of.' 1 social and Industrial problems must ONE'S OWN 'DOOR
..r charge that the President made this come through; greater political
,f nomination for no other reason In the for the people;' *., opportunities It must be cause for great merrimentto This reduction is most sweeping, and the public is enabled4o buy

: s '''world except that he traded the judgeship A Reactionary is one who serves the the omniscient chronicles of mun .
-, for votes. 1 do say that Mr. Cheney ' ipeelal interests negatively by goods 'at lower prices than. were ever .-
i i; tt. ,,lacks experience oppos- dane events to look down and see the '
a u a civil practitioner ng a larger scope and scheme of democracy 's '
.; and that there was. and i Is no and positively by: .supporting frantic scramble of little human beings offered before'in this. city. .. ;
i, ? reasonin the world' for his appointment their, legislative program. for.'POSItion, notoriety empty honor, .

ex-r, "There"we have the meaning,! of the undeserved praise.

: egation. It is openly charged that this words clearly set out, and in another Did you'ever spit on an ant hill and These goods i include Dry '6o ds Shoes. Men's' ;
4' man Clint b has aa agreement with Mr. part! of the'book we get the classification .- observe the confusion that it caused, ; ,

,Cheney by which Chubb Is to be appointed of,'our Florida ..n.to.... Senator the panic, ,that, ensued, ,how,!: they.ran Women's,
in
and fact
clerk of the United States Dis I. Clothing, everything
and
Fletcher tagged as a Reactionary J hither thither telling all their neighbors
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.y Court.Nobody has had the hardihood ..,
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., < to deny this. If it is untrue let Senator,Bryan as i Progressive., that a terrible cloudburst bad destroyed ... '
somebody deny it. The transaction is I In his story of the filibuster! conducted their tabernacle and killed numbers that: is carried by a modern .

N tainting with dirty polities In the fudbclary : by Senator LaFollette\ against the' of their, brethren t"":Did you fee! .'

:. to in denounce the State It of as Plorida long and as I I have propose I'Aldrieb-Vreeland currency measure,' sorry :for, the. ,little ants? No; you Department Store. ">

breath in my body'. 'I when the Wisconsin senator spoke nineteen laughed at them or viewed-their,,terror ri

'. There deal t hours, Mr. HsJnss relates this sen with placid unconcern t,
was a good l more of the
attonal episode; which has never: hitherto Our small affairs mustbe like that to
same kind. It is not In order to defend ,
published\ the Great All Seeing Eye I What'puIIy
been
President Taft but it csn' ; .
be said withtroth 0J -
"During the night LaFollette depended concerns are our most .clemn matters;
that the charge of the Ocala at. Tb
for nourishment upon milk and egg what"absurd' things ;.are':our:pseudo sSqle'will continue Ten DaysDaring
torney being ',true, the !President' has 'from the Senate restaurant' About one
heroisms
our righteous reforms And
A; 'been of erime"thanhIa o'clock his ,
.4 guilty no greater : secretary brought him a
predecessors..:', The appointive Power glass of this mixture. 'He took one tow difficult it is, to' reach a'calm observatory ' ;, , ' '
'sip stopped and said: ''Take it .of, strict justice I : Where- time to article'will be attached Red r1t4.4N'N1g
K gY, rte' ,u : in the.hands!>>.executives, almost witb: it has i been doped.' Then in a away lower fore we,' are all J awry each'being able ,which every a Tag noting t"p, price

'oat exception bat been used to further tone he Instructed that; it be, taken to to seethe fault in the other., ," , .
get + the:.advantage of political parties, fag his office and sealed up., The next '" '
this Charley Jones, the associate'editor of "I" ,i
,; : tionsor' individualsA pity -t I. '*IaI a chemical analysis ,showed that ,'" / , ,' ,,
glass of milk and egg contained enough Dixie, a Jacksonville publication; went \" : "
a". true, but the truth J Is self evident ,and .. \
ptomaine to have poisoned the wholeSen.ta. '
to ;to
Tampa recently investigate reports
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cannot be controverted.,. Aside .,
from His physician Informed LaFol-
In that .
s i ; :this,!violent"'language Is not'to be approved lette that death: would have resulted of gambling: city.Whtl.in
rp under any circumstances,. much had be drank it all.-. In spite of.this one of these places he'was suspected, ,....
a "In poison in bis system LaFollette continued followed and beaten, H. was arrestedand
pnbUc'utterancs,\ his speech: for 'six hours ''Iong.r.After'the fined for carrying'coneealed,weap-
fight was over he was ill for ' '
r: ,HISTORY OF ''THE :-PARTIES several). days as a; result, of, the ptomaine. on. ISubaeqo'eDtlyone'" two gamblers
J and
were arrested : heavily fined
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In Dearly every county; of the United for running gambling dens. ' Thus7 ',"'' :
The reader is left to draw his own inference ,, ; :
'*" AV -f* te ., States there,will be demand during the with 'no other, conclusion left some good comes outTof. Jones' ,1.lt.to

r ,next few months for ready information' him but'\,that the agents of the special Tampa,. while the Tampa 'people and "

ar ,t .concerning' the political,history of the Interests had "doped" the 'mixture for newspapers resent the''stigma put upon ;. ,'t'' .
." country, relating particularly." to .the, the'purpose' putting' LaFollette"'out' their' cIty by, Dixie. A. sensational "'
a, Presidential..ucceuloa.1 Story was printed in that journal alleging -
LaFollette' himself does
1 of the ,way.
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:Consequently the .w.p.pera .a'b'd not meptlon 'this' Incident in biB autobiography1 that Tampa ," .t,magazines'are filled:'with' such matter. yet it was undoubtedly authorIzed This may be true, but'-was it necessary '
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bat It is presented usually in such verbose by hint, for Dixie to'' go: so far afield,,to find a Df[ rA.RT'MENTS'J'ORE[ [
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complicated
and
it i >: that the \u : '' city, reeking 'In crime ? :
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, memory does not"retan it; :.A brief Harry Floyd says this Is certainly'.the The work of reform must and will go ,

compilation seems''' to ''be,:eminently'in winning .year for. the crazy men. I"He on.<. It Is marching steadily forward all ,
.;:y'a',. ': a, ,order. Here then: ,"" nominates'.Harry Thaw for presidentand the while.'.. : may be trustedto 1 .. f", .
take care of its own affairs.' ,Tam ,::1- 0'.
,,- .y .Washington:and Adams,'the flrpt two himself.for"'vice,president.'This' has had a bitter', experience with IPte. ; "\ ;. '

,. ;; Presidents, ''[ .re'' Federalists.* ,That Is'our year,".says ''Floyd ,,i"Tom Watson , alien population. The men and officials' ,. _
,Ml! : r':. party beIlenc.ID. a strong centralized < got'a chance to 'go to Baltimore, of that city are' well seasoned In the .

'-\1;,....,'.. .fi' ,gerleiimint."siad.oppeed. .by the Claude was'elected to Congress,.and I business know of better handling how them.to manage'They probably 'the- r

,.,'. ;' .. EsfsibMean"" -.jsMfb'at that time beat lWa .De1.'and ;'there' are:others socrasy situation than outsiders*even outsiders

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,. .... i'T.L"P.. ;; MO." II.PUBLISHED .. "'" "DoG".rfdl.Ii b"':' .tbeaa"' they,are, tM 'CaaspbeUdietrieaV,<>. %*... . Ohio,' to spend the 'sum making I:prepare.....',to; reeeat. .'ta"Harvest '

... pretty; dainty and :: effecUv.haegfnghamlaat.ata'w .- Boar of 'County CottrnfiMnaae*.; '< >: me r, .Mrs. ,'Modi make ben: bom*;with'' Cantta'f some.*ba. bt.8Wtember. I.Sunday S..ervicea I .

EVERY: : FRIDAY 3)lt) orned .hems last,,we, k :froma; ton her ,-sky P. H..Rinebart,. at hi* elegant 'The music will be directed by

. -BY- W. H. BaUew, of Mind Tez:_'. days' stay, at Green SprInp.1'. .J- home ta North Kissimmee. She*I Prof. J,D.,Woodbeek.'director of the ........'

w.Weather. r.NAr7Rte.' D. T> Xjghtsey,' of Jacksonville) were, E. G. Favell' ,' cashier of 'th.'HunterLand .veryi, talented' woman and ha' endeared Kissimmee. Concert Band. The best Mecninc subject;'!!'-N.__., Prom
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I ': a .Kissimmee Wednesday.Mr : Co., It expected ham tomorrow "herself to< 'our people. .Her voices In the.city will J take part in the Ihtl;" evening, .-o.r J.I !:>r1b6M.' . A
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*. J./:a. MoGrady" 'and 'little. Paul),' from .a month'. tour through the north- many: friends.. wish for ..her a pleasant production. >r.A.. J.'Holt pastor. -,;

EI ;ReportFollowing : of Crescent.Roma Thomas City, are for visiting a week.IIrIIN. .*, .and .at et Minneapolis cities, spending and Chlppewa most of Falls his time, ,sojourn'St.. ..Cloud' ?' Tribune-; Will Sauwfer. of Dr.; George, .' Pad *r. who is I recen? -,Net ,a p ........i ..', .,


.. Wash Tlsen a. prominent 'stockman R.,T.'Butler is thoroughly: overhaul: i itna' the Kissimmee Gazette, and Mr.'' Edith ly finished: home, a from'course Philadelphia,In' dentistry1, where', baa decided he in your Issue of' 'last. week. there lea'

aw the daily t.mperaturei of the lareoossee section, was transacting and remodeling' lull barber shop. 'In- Richard, of Providence, 'R. L. were) to enter the practice In Kissimmee communication' '' ",from Mis*' Graoe: )A.,.

and precipitation M business lit the city Monday.J tailing new fixtures'as well as ....1 married' at'Jackaonvlll t last week and and will an office here.: Dr.Far TownsendV'of' Interlaeben, in wfcfeh ....
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reported by the Government. ooring., The,plumbing arrangement I are now at home, In our county ,et refers to the Christian ,church (kindly,:
1 ker I.i Parker. .L
a son ot Judge George F,
'elation' Klutmmee the ,C Ramage, ofJacksonvtpe. .- representing I of course) a* 'a denomination." Gal
.] I at for : will be most,.complete and the bathrooms town. The groom's father was one of -
week ending August I, 1912.. the' Underwood-Type. ,WriterCompaay'was will be equipped with both hot the original settler of' St.".Cloud, and H*' stood the various tests of proficiency lantry and Christian courtesy alik* forbid -; ;
la dental with credit and
\ In the city Tuesday.Mrs. and cold water. Will helped to get out'the first number surgery any severe criticism}' but fidelity to,
; MAX: VIM, BAIM J.'R. 'of i the Tribune Here' will undoubtedly build up 'a lucrative. troth, which IS dearer to me than life 1 rJ:
Woodall and Mia. Gertrude L'G. conductor to, .his happlaa .- M
Cano.a'the'affable practice in time.
due ,
I Fji4day..e',." 98 78 .J' Baa left> 'Tuesday'' fora' two week' *.> Itself;demand me--to Say that "e'are .h

Saturday..i.: 98 78 .:. visit with' friend at; Punta Gorda.. on'Jtbe month's Sugar vacation.Belt RailwayIs'enjoying. H. will take a */ David S. Bryan reached Kissimmee not a denomination. In fact," we Stand' !i,
Sunday.M, 96 76 :, r a Democrats of Osceola Bounty are on from today living Pl'Ot.eet'.Rain.t debomhvationallsm. -
Sunday extended
:J. C, Bispham soft drink dispenser trip throughthe! Atlantic Coast States,' an trip through .(j" 4 '
I Morid.y..f.; '93 75Tuesday..1. .''" their toes,'says the, ;Jacksonville Me.tropolis the West He attended the great'eon.ventlon ., ,, i
I '90 .:.' at the,.Kissimmee* prog.. Co., pent going as far north a* New York.; because It I I. all O \
,,,7$ : the old soldier at St. of Elk at Portland and otherwise not at strange that/one/ ac- \!
Wrdnesdsy > .,.-, 92 74 '.';'.:. few,days' in. Jacksonville.: ,this week.. Mrs.; J. Hi Roger i.i a visitor >at the CliNd'proml.. to' make'a ,warm. fight ;spent a month in that section cuatomed to deal with denomln.Uon./

Thursday .;. .;. 90 74'' ,,: .' W. .A. Smith cashier of the CIticens home of Capt. and Mrs. Clay JohneOa.l with a Republican ticket at the November touching at several of the most important should fan 'Into the common error ot.

Bank,. returned Monday from Hot Mr*. Rogers was. formerly election Perhaps' the straggle will i cities., Mr. Bryan will remain' In classing' 'us a* one of them; but those' t

Spnngs, Ark.,'wbere'he. spent a month.. lose, of Kissimmee, and has. a'host of i result in 'an awakening 'among the' Cissimmee some time. He I I. a guestat who have given proper attention to the

; Don't fail' to see,;them-th y are friends here who ant delighted' .to .welcome '", Democrats of' Osceola. It would i be the home ,of, his sister Mrs. C. A. \ great principle that* underlie. ont *xl tence -, rt,

: pretty, dainty 4 and very; teft'ectln- her again; .. : be good for the whole State 'If. the Carson.,, '" ,'know better.

THE-LOCAL FIELD.l those ainall.t .t.a''r ,82-lt ,A pleasant patty'of Floridlans visltng -I; Democrat' were- .'forced.. to' be I .moreactive. Let. no' one! indnlg 'in the senseless' a 4
.: twaddle that ,claim to, be .
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The tune is here for you to get they 11 the city consists of Mr. Arthur E. : Pierre d'A.. Pratt of Orlando, one of ;
on school dresses, for the girls. You Donegan Miss Elizabeth Donegan. Miss Jarrell the best known newspaper men In the Church of Christ, and unchurch all ,
-.i find the at'K.t&' .. ..ItMrs. Miss Phyllis entertained the others. Every ''one who ha believed
KNN1A e wr . can proper goods Adeline Donegan. Miss Ada Alley and State. wa .In Kissimmee'Wednesday.; ; ,
Sewing Circle this morning. This |san 1'a
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.' C. T.. Ansley and, 'son. of;Mc Itf R.- G. Johnston all of whom regis* organisation' of'the ..mm.r. Mr. Pratt .Is out of harness just now, beart.tb.tJeauaCl1rjat was
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the Son of God and has
11 Lean'. Siding'a email town on the Mid- tar 'from Kissimmee..:-Times-Union, of' but will probably: be found in the newspaper , obeJ'edbe '
Rnb-My-TLim; will cure you. 21.12t poled ten young'ladle*, who have GoapeI"I1, I a Christian and a member of
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land Railway, were visitors to the city, July..80.'' '' banded themselves under gam again pretty; soon. He.haathe .
: together such ,
Kissimmee Furniture % Ink' his His church. Big sal at Com -Tuesday.. on finger, and, It won't
pany. ES-tf Mnrnice Tindall; a prominent farmer a,,name 'for,, no more serious purposethan'to com off. He 'renewed acquaintance/ and claim nothing more for OIIrM1....:;, ". .
Mis Petrie will resume the exercise and fruit grower of Narcoossee.;'was lathe meet and enjoy an hour of light In Kissimmee They; may call themselves'Baptist/,/: ;
with old ]
Do not miss Co.. the) *al* at: K1ulmmeeFurult.ure 28-tf of her primary aebool' and kindergarten the city Monday; Mr. Tindalieconsidered fiction' and social Interchange;,a . many' fri.ndaru or Methodists. or 'Presbyterian; , or .f

on Monday Sept. 2nd. P. O.. Box 868, one of the belt"hunien'In week., Mia" .Jarrell. was a charming i whatever they: please; but we respectfully ,?i f

C. E. Jay of Tampa, wa in the city phone 83. 82-2t Florida and usually spends about three l"oate' - .' i .Error Corrected. decline to follow their example la, '

, ,I Wednesdsy. Dr. Canon ha reoentiy installed.c'a i months each: winter in the.. Everglades; ,Lee,J wllteft Monday."; 'morning*1 for; I. -" - .. this regard, and Insist. that w* are, in

Men'. work glove 10 eta. at F. H. nitrous oxide outfit for th* administration I St. Cloud Tribune" :, Thomas 'Drakeand AlachUa, where be will take the agency; i St. Cloud'.Tribune: The Kissimmee I no sense, a denomination., '

Lawson'], 32-U" of gas for the extraction of teeth family left Tuesday for Kissimmee. of the railroad until the opening of theUnl.enlti.t. Gazette candidate say Capt.for Johnson the legislature, the Republican hi a- I The most remarkable recorded prayer1of i

Charley Jone hasn't qualified a* the when'desired. --lt where Mr. Drake become manager'of Gainesville.. ;Mr. Jarrell popular ,man and a good many Tear* the Saviour i* that His people might :Fi

WhIt. Hope yet.L. the Wring furniture store. We aresorry will get; his A.; B. .degree, next spring ago came within .three vote of being. be one. For a longer, period than that
Mr. J**. Den,htry of th. .Arm of elected
?; lose them* citizen and wish. and will rep..tattWarren King, usually; allotted I- to ,human life I hav
K. Tucker of Palatka.wa in Kis Alderman A Danghtry, of Baasenger .to subsequently enter the law de- too} the candidate for sheriff, I*popular I anxiously' watched development '
hem well in their new.home.. Mr. Jarrell I. every ,4
ha been business in the partment.) one of" KI.- and 'wIU'poII'a good vote on the ?B
simmee Tuesday.
transacting ,
in this direction.' cannot
But really ,
finest' : ,
'end Mrs. R. G. Canon J ftTueld.y' .Imm.. and most promising strength of personal popularity. In A'
this week.Ernest . Capt. x
Capt. S. D. Frost of St. Cloud was city ;young men/and his' many friend here some case i the 'Republican have. see how the'end' i* to I'be reached.While i
nltrbt for their regular summer lected L
their candidate with .much sagacity denominational maintained. f
name are
in the city Tuesday.P. T. Sanborn, of Leavenworth. are expecting great things* of him.
outing, and will visit Asheville. and are depending' upon strong We cannot be a hindering cause,. ,
bu.ine.'Ieit to Kan.; passed through the city Tuesday C. and other personal popularity''' win for the _
G. White made a C., Washington; D: point L)., W. BaxAKER. <"
on the to Sf.CIoud..,where he will ; The town of Davenport 'ha a band ." .
Fort Mead. last week. way of interest. Duringtheir absence the J .. . ::.
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very likely settle. ex pt apologise 7
children will stop with their grand parents :
Victor Hill of Nrcoossee, wrY.'l.. the organization of that town and the tor the error In regard to the comparative Bronson-ChnsUe. k. r
of IL at Green Cove Springs., '
the
itor to the city Monday. J. H. Ferguson, manager Kissimmee Concert Band Last Saturday vote between1' Cap& Johnson'and :A quiet'wedding. was celebrated at'a'' ,. v j

1, Le McLean, of Narcoossee, spent a C. Stanford St. Cloud Company, a visitor dry: goods to Kissim bouseat Miss Verna Holt entertained the "42 .,four member of the Kisiimmeeband'Went his former opponent.:, 'The statement p. m.. Aug.,1, at the 'Baptist pastor .' i4

few day. here this week. was Ciub" Wednesday afternoon. Miss over to Davenport and assisted wa based upon' information furnished porn. Rev; A, Jj Holt, officiating, ',Mr., "
mee on Monday. { Hary.Carson wa the high score. Refreshments with a concert there; the personnel by one who thought' he, knew. ''Soon Jam*' C. Broason: : wa united to Miss

C. E. Denlg spent the week end very .I. W. Miller returned Tuesday from of pineapple ice 'and cake of the party being.
pleasantly at Hotel Runny mode. Windemere where he. ha extensive were enjoyed, and' the social hour passed Hunbey; C.H. Sundmacher, J. C.: Chamber street himself called and corrected the mortals could be. Thai: bride seemed) *'

F. W. Hill postmaster *t Narcoos orange grove and several. hundred rapidly., Miss. Alma Griffin will beth and E..A. NIemeyer. The concert error. Ha defeated Cap Johnson by: only to"'lack 'wing* ,to :''b* able to fly: :.

see, spent Saturday in the city. acre of land, next hostess wa*' the' occasion for'an Impromptu a vote of nearly 8 to ,,,1.b* said,which May: peace and'f'prosperity.' health and; :t "
dance which the folk of Davenport the record will affirm. The'vote to be their' unfailing fortuae. t n
young was: happiness
the .A marriage license waa Issued Wed .
a H. Jones, of Lake City, spent Mr. JC: H. Bryan, manager of Co'ington' .
to the utmost Oventreet838Johnson 187.:. '_ II", .,
enjoyed
,J week end with friend in this city. turpentine camp at Lake Kissim hed"y to James Clinton Branson" 0 f ;, ; " f

..... spent a few day with hi. family Orange county and Mia Hilda E Christie I . ,. .. .
Large hlpmentof of gingham just re- In this city last week. of Shingle Creek. The groom livedn
vedtor school dresae.. Katz. 32-lt .this ''County formerly-' and shareswith

Large shipment of gingham Justreceivedforschooldresae People from Tampa registered at the his beautiful bride a wide circle of

*. Kats. 82-1r Graystone the first of the week were friend here. who Join In,the best of
George Arneeon, C. E. Rice R. E. Ferris wishes for their happiness
China black and ro11
Black and white silk and B..A. Goodale, "
colored pongee*, at F.' H. Laweon'a., It S. A.. Tiner' brought, the Valley,Gazette
Lost-A gold bracelet, eosnewbere
Mr*. L M. Mabbette of Daytona, I Ia a;specimen of some :very fine
.visiting"b.rdauabter. Mrs.J. F. Brown. between J. 2; Roberaon'.1deoce and popcorn that he raised at his place in r
F. C.:: Bryan' Reward if returned to town. The ears are exceptionally large

Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Geiger spent'Sunday Waters A Canoe.Grocerteo. 32 It" > and the flavor cannot be) surpasMd. ,._
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last with relative In Apopke. Mr Tiner planted only three roWS;,bat --; '
W. Q. Slaughter traveling represen ; r. ,
taws of the Ro.llna'u.-' Company has gathered a bushel and a half of the : :
will meet
American Woman. League '
\, .at the Chapter House next Monday; at wa among the prominent business men .grain, in the ear. .. ." J.' "" .
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who visited Kissimmee this week.It S, ..!, : ...
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money by buying now at Kis costs no more to order :your trees State organization' of, local commercial ,
simmee Furniture Co. 86e buys $LOO early, and you are rare of getting what bodies to be< crested at Kissimmee'on I
want from Gnffing Brother Co
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J worth. I Aug. 16. St. Cloud will be'represented.The "
W. H. Brokaw salesman. 82ltr + 1" : J
.. P. Dann the leading grocery' merchant member of the new organization
of St. Cloud spent Tuesday m I Kissimmee Auto Garage and Machine are .to visit $t:: Cloud They are re-p Ii '_ _,' j ,
Company will do anything in lathe or' '
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'};' the Juliu city.Smith returned Tuesday froma I boats machine. and work all other for you,machinery.for automobile' '16tf resentative town. ,of.Florida. business"' men,t rom_ the best The: ,regular; 'Monday ;and" Tuesday Specials that' .'we; 'have" '<: :


two week Visit with friend in I On display MondaJ'aod Tuesday th.be.t Editor Hare; of the'': D.Soto'CountyNews I 'y'- Been giving our customers will show up.agairion: ." '. 'v I
selection of dress_ gingham ever is'visiting:'In Alabama,' and theditorialpage ,' ;
.Georgia shown in Kissimmee, at x.ata a', ,,32-it of the New shows that 6th. t rw
James Whidden, a prominent cattlsman :'mean _: August 5th and Don't' miss"'them. I : ... :
.if choice amt.., yon.an: particular his .,absence somethima.'Tb. ''', ,_ .' J
of Bassenger. la spending a few! I__ _ _ __ _ 4 ff-
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phon. 186 for ,accuracy and dispatch. New i* one of the be.t'pape --. ". .. ..,... . ;
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day Will call and make estimates.from your ida. Its coming""Isalways, 'welcomedand ,
I lion..Aithur" ''E.. Donegan "nfumedWednesday own order. Ernest Green, Sign Writer Ite column. are: read with gemiln \ .. '" '- < J .,J 4'I#o'.'.

. 'I t: ; from' a three. days',visit tot and' Interior.- Decorator.Box" 189. 6-tf pleasure, . ;; l' I 'AJqt ShirtWaist.,, fpnte'ti 't ,,*old from ..Lot'of., colored Lawns in ,florald;: tfa.- r L; ;

J k Jacksonville: Dr.1 Canon bU,.recently..,tnstill.dnitrous ,a 'j; H* Harris anct'bride returned Saturday <75oto" $ .50: You,, will ba* surprised',at verb; gopularin, all 'the' }large ltJ. J t!
oxide outht for,the administration '' "" ,* ,. ;
J. A. Blackwell, the turpentine operator ; ot for extraction of teeth from' .a,vslx week' tour through ,'the' prices 'on! these valuable, and pretty ular. price 25c;, "' c".''"'- i-t :,;
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a visitor to the Pie cities of 'the,East Whil. ') "
at Ashton was great
when desired.. 82-lt thing "Special ., ., . ) .
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.' absent ; Harris spent much time visiting /;'
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'city. Wednesday.Judge ; '. .' \ _. .;
U I ; :and around Bur: . 1" ,,' n/fti.: ';/ ,
factories In
Jame H.ndriz'aad Kid& Oboe : : i
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Dughtrey.' :
I George F. Parker.w:! been In. .. . .. ._._ ..
but w..t.blaomee Francis are three. ,of ,Basaenger'a foremost ton. H"assumed the',dudes of salesman c' ---;:- ;. ; :

I'. .dipoM Thursday,. >d this.again.' wk.. ; ....' .' . .? f thi*...week.;young- :men They who.made visited.J, -the.Kissimmee- trip. br; Department In the ahoe Store department, on Wednesday: Denn'',, ''. : >: Lot.kof;: :*>*:Childrens ,Dressed, sizes from ,2, to .12'y\ *SI;".. '"

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Anybody; caD toil :you about grlffingBrothers'nursery auto.; Heriry'iArmtrong.of Bradentown. (; \' \ ... ., .- 'J I' I
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, /! Mock ;W.\'U..Bro-\ ( : :f ,' YOUR CHOICE 39 ;CENTS : ; : ,;
, ,kawTsaTesman.Born :, > .B2-lt '-Thi'4m. Is b.n. for job to get busy was in KlsslmmeTuesday {he way "...' ' .- !. > ." v.)
: Joly27th'to"Mr; on school dresses for the girls. You to St. Cloud, where he hold property: .. , -. '" ', /... ...: .;
q on Saturday; ; can find the proper goods at Kats's.,. '''ItJfidward ' '. bad ; - --. .. "
and Mrs; M. M. Miller' of' Conoleyj Mr.'Armstrong not'been-In/ J '.. -; .. e.f; t, ; ,'.> ..
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r, "twin daughter. McGee;of, SLerUn I1L;has county 'for.,two'' yearand ,was sine aar- :Colored: M ,Batiste: .in ,stripes. and figures'reg-:'' : W* will_ no>naina'ih. price but will the oOdf! T ."
purchased the north half of the Savage pried at thegreat) improvement 1 "II;: :

Miss Ruby Waiter,'of Nashville, who block and i* .building'. a nice bungalowfor he was', her*;' -last. H. ... is' ..thinking ,:war 12J,and -16c.. 'Special- !, 9c.'' Seethe.' ... A. lot.,:of embroidedemtyou'can't;, pass, : up;. :

ha been the,guest of Miss' Verna r Holt, ., a.,horn*. He wtU/jmov1/, ', his-wife moving here:,, . ] ,' "' ,< .
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ha returned home..- l' ,,; . '
"" right away. !'A Gay Tlin )n Jacksonville'-''.I.'the! .

"'1'1' ,hOn duplay'Mondsyand: ;'" Tuesday; the I ,i.;R..Clay) manager' of the.klssinvmee tide of a picture be/'exhlblt8d at the r'Hi.s'E '' "STllIC'TLY"tA'S'H" :

'',: ,best shown selection I in Klsslmroee of dress,. at Kats's gingham,, 82-lt ever!i Auto Company ;.returnedMondayfrom Pastime tonight::: This Is"{the' Interest :; PR 1C E'S, ARE:. ; : : :: ;

a month's.Visit to hi. former home !rag story of some ruralitea who visited .. --"'- ._n! ,
Mr*.' R;'DeWitt Brown left last night atBayvlew'Idicb.;: I 'accompanied,.J>;y the Florida metropolis and "got'Into all ," 'oJ,'.

t fof an extended visit.tohorpuents? at I Mr.Qay, j ,I sorteof trouble--by reason'of'their ignorance

,'. : Mti..PleaanOb1O. ',. I A, F.. Bass, oWner of St.'Cloud:cheat 'of city ways,: Thcene'shift 'I 1\it\ .nday and T lV

;Miss Eittm*; CMjIma l. of'Orlando'<; ,I livery and sale l stable,, as,, ".11..1 representing from'0 lie part.of the -city to. another' : ue. day: :

was the guest of Mis*,Debbie' Frescottol that district on the Board of and to* entire 'picture' I Ia'.ueh'; .. to : ,
thla Sunday: last i make visit to theJPastirn well)) worth. .
city Commissioner
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:Mr. Gay;Livingston ii.'ed''.through 1 business" here Monday ' C the money! ,Tonight! only.; ; vii. ,, P sv
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Jules Salomon,wasiin; Klimme .
the"'city,Monday en route from Ocalato 'E. C. ;DU&enbarj;: 'after/ ten 'days until : t'
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her soma*,at Raaiiei i." ;I pleasantly Spent at St.; Petersburg returned'to : ," : : ., ,, ': 1
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train for Jackaoevliley 'Mr. Salomon "
'Veff 'Wednesday for. the 'city Monday and resumed ; J ) J./" ; :'K .A'.T"\ Z' ,'S'-: '. .. .
i. 'Miss Ethel! Hall |. representing the Commercial Uf. In. ..., .. yo :< ;
.v Cordele, Ga. when alb' : will'j" >,end-two' i hiS d ltle. ** bead: clerk in the dry.Roodsdepartment surance' Companyof. ,"Savannah.. Ga., ; ,\,'; I :
of'M Katz. '
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week wlthfikods:, ., and.. I is doing a good business.,, The people ,.

,Layne.pjJ lk, bu;rea aned his duties 1 H.:'E. Swabey. returned Wednesday .generally have: .:confidence:In anything ; ,. \

:at .the. poet.meet after enjoying a leave front DeLandwhere(he went to'' .;b. that Jnie 'rac.ommeuda;, :He I lit ayetereni'smong . 'It f/" ,' .':. (1 .'.<', ..,.'..". .. ,..." .y.
pf absence for two week present at she hearl 8'of pb'nltagainstthis tIae traveling'men' of : . ; !;
city a'to'!whether he .should be the Stated: knows every body,and every. :SPECIALSm9 ' " S'PfECI; ALi ; Ih; .
6 or "doae.. 660 will break'.any cas* permitted to' ,
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1 construct bla'restdenceofashedo. know him, and by: the same token ."t" .,
and if taken
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:St. :CLOOO l IS .PROUD people. It, is 'under the manage fROMJHE ,
and .L. G.Weddia Florida Land Cannot Be ) .
meat:'of J. ,L. Anderson, The Application and,Demand. for'

THEATER Th'theatee opened Saturday Says the DemocraU' .Wilj(Win ,from: I .\ Appreciated By""You:Until You Have Vuited. Our Beautiful City I ./:
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:; OF ,NEW evening' .with' an overflowing' house. ,- All Indications: 1 ,.
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continue night. ,
The show will every '- '" ,,
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Mrs. G.,C Clark pianist 'i.r;. ''
SATURDAY the'operator.. J, L. AndersonIs A. M. Byers, of Lincoln., Neb., was "; "\ ''J', u:, ;'-'''. ."..'". ,./',1",-." ,
OPENED :UST Wright "
WAS ,in Kissimmee this, week;,' prospecting: ; .
of leading grocerymen
one our ;' "
He is very much Interested In this section .
1',1 Vi4 L. G. Weddle our assistant postmaster. "
j .Congressman dark Expected U These two are wide awake, ai d we and it is likely' that he will invest. : : .

' fVisit St. Cloud Soon to'' Investigate hope they will succeed In their under Mr. Byers IB from' William Je Bryan's Mc.KAY :'
home town and (. a great, admirer ot TJHtEREALTY
'' Connection taking. e .
'j ; f the Commoner. He regard _him. ae : ,

X of Lakes.. Dr. F. ,F, H. Pope,' who has spent about the biggest-maa' in the country, ' ''
f the put two months in Ohio, has returned '- : ' .
bell himself ;
regardless; : o f the fact that >\
Association met at 2KX to St. Cloud. : .., ,\ .,
f ORiSPfiThe, Veterans a Republican. Mr Byers thinks.; from "

t. 1 p.: IDo July 2'l with President| Scriber,uqk Rev j, B.: Westcott, pastor of theMe observation through the West, that : C. 0' .I ' .

'the chair, .All joined in singing "Amer E. church, will preach Sunday Wilson will be the next President., '." ,' f, .' ; '4,\ i.or' i.

r 7' lea.-. Prayer: by Mr.;, Cooley. ;; Song,; morning on the "Profi tablenes of Godliness ________- _.___. .. ._ ..__ -- I -- +". --: wLui: ,::.....+.. ; _. .c,. 0. ... .
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and B1UL < The minutes ; will"be Fruit and Truck-Land. f; "
rev "Red:White ," and the evehlng there I Wkelesaler and Retailers olTimber
4 of last meeting were read and passed, a union service in the Christian church i We have five and ten acre\;tracts in _' I w t.

Mr. :Yea ter.'. from committee, on drainage and Rev. Basket, pastor of the Presbyterian Liberty Park, the-'most' desirable suburban '*,.'.

and Comrade Stewart, from corn church: ; will be the speaker of 0 property on the market' which andTimber .

k , roitUe on c.rt' and harness, reported the evening we are offering''for 'your considerationat < :
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Scriber called prices th.t.re attractive. We will , : .. .. .
;, pro .." President : uf ;------, be pleased to show these tracts to prospective "'t"' 1'. ,' ". ,
the question of a canal to connect our purchaser at any time. Do not : :." ', -," ( ,f\\\ ;1"' "";' 'f .. .
J.k..Mr. Anderson said, he was informed LUCKY ,ACCIDENT FOR MINERWhat fail to see this property before purchasing " ;"! ,;,, ," !. :l ," '
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that Frank as )' i'. ,
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'down and up urged all Fate Turned Out a' Capriceof road in the county, convenient , :...!, , ,. "
Stewart
and Comrade '
I' city, school and churches.: ' ,
ti& ;" the comrades to call at the office of W. Fortune. tracts $250 and $300.. to.the"" : l' :.."', \" ,(( ; I

'G., King and register their names.' By Where hundreds ot men are "pros 24-tf If. M. Breaker '.' !
f secretary read s'clipping'entitled pecting" one' of- them is liable of ' '
the
special ,, request",, .
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4 i course, to stumble upon a ledge that Modern Up to Date Home.No. \ K

"pans out" In paying gold or ..U"er.Th.t ,
-$30500.-Nn',. modern six-
: IUPPENS.;
WHATEVER lucky "find" gives birth to a .
, t :Whatever happens, this old land dozen stories about millionaires who room cottage, bath lavatory hot and

t 4 l ?, Will bold its own and keep its stand ; have become "rich beyond the dreams cold; water, electric lights, beautiful also have some very desirable and very
expensivelmantelsv' new furniture, nice .
swing
Whatever happens It will of avarice" by some fortunate acci W

True to the purpose and the ring dent. The following story 1s such a rugs., Houseifurniihed complete ready
and the primeJHgh for occupancy. Large lot 83x147 feet, I Rail '';
t { O( growth and progress one.A .. well improved Orange Groves near to .
named Adams was
usage of tile Golden time. miner prospecting on.which :are twentyy full bearing orange Iq
y In a northwestern state. While trees. 'Located in three and a

Whatever Ii.ppen.dc>>n't'Ou fear trudging along, one .hot day 'through, beau
the
half blocks of postofflce, on 'i
We most
i 1'hleold land will be bright with cheer; a gulch where the sun had a good tiful'' Verona street, in the very beet + Road, Church and School) : own .

Whatever happens, it will keep chance at hie back, he suddenly neighborhood. Call and let us show \ '

,, u lyar Its onward course toward the steep, smelled smoke. He glanced quickly this beautiful home. Terms on ,

zi "a. And climbing".Iowly to'the dayBreak in origin every.of the direction smoke to but ascertain seeing notn-the you part purchase' : price if desired. of the property we are offering for sale,

clouds that bar its way, 11
thro' the & Co.
ing resumed his Journey. A moment 24-tf H. M. BREAKER '

: ...rWhatever,l happens this old landF later-the smell returned stronger able to .
N "Insure Your Property"The balance hold on so we are ;
and options .
," Will give three cheers and clap its band than ever.: A light wreath of vapor : we .

And taking breath for one more springGo curled about his ears and gave Nelson Realty Co. are) preparedto ,J
him to understand that his haversack write insurance in several of the. I
onward to.the higher thing- ; fire. Like all miners, he carried will the best'of terms. -
wJ For which the f.there.tru.. as gold was 'on reliable, old line companies and give you
a large lens for the purpose ot ,
the
of old. insure your property for you at "j
in the mighty days
1 Strove examining the specimens of the sand '
4 lowest rate. They have never, '
possible
What verhappens-let'em fight ; In-his pan and the truth. flashed upon If have that wish to exchange
,'-1 out right nlm. For want of room he had bung had any trouble in adjusting losses and you any property you .
c4 The old land always comes ; the glass on the outside and the rays look well to the interests ot their clients .

y f's ,, The saving common sense of men of the sun had been concentrated on in securing payment in case of loss. : the Union .4

Brings back the balanced} power,again. his haversack which' was thus set on We will appreciate your business and for a home in one of the best States in ,


,, '. The old land,turns up sound and right.. or IB pounds of powder he lost no liberal share of your patronage and willappreciate '

%, lo1 r 'Whatever. h.pp.ne-Iet split; time The In haversack dropping the fell burden.between two o most courteous it sufficient and careful to give you businessattention. the call, phone or write us what you have and we 'can J;1

\ r, This old land will not wince a bit huge stones, out of sight. Adams I I ..
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', But greatetIhan all weakness shown reached a safe distance and watchedthe NELSON REALTY Co. find for what want. c'I :,
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M. By party strife comes own smoke rising from his worldly pos you "
.t 'Through unconscious human will sessions. Suddenly there was a deafening Big Bargain In a Home. .

J; *,.; .' That b.lp.h.rk.epth.right., ,- ._...' "1-'lf.,...,....., ..road still. report. The ground behind trembledand a huge Splendid new six room house, just inside '

'r" r: Comrade..\'Nelson, the- new 'lifer, wai stone.Adams Rising dodged be went to the spot city limits, fine deep'well, lot contains \ -' .

s r' ,.;called to the platform and being quite to gather up what he could find,,when two acre of ground. good new I '
N good .Jooklag the; question was asked, his eyes almost started out of hla barn; wagon' and buggyaheds'and: alII "I "

.' ,4''' (CJiere,do'you come from TV The reply head at seeing the quarts that, had under good, new fence. Fine. location.j, ... .. .. .,,- .. .'
.e quickly,'From good old Pennsylvania been blown up fairly guttering with for small truck garden or poultry ranch. f

.;,where, all the'eood looking gold.'' His powder had done better on This is a' fine 'proposition, where'' you .
.. account than It had ever done the ,' :f '. q ).
COmrade' Nelson Its own will have the freedom .of country .
b come from.?,
people 'oa>his and had literally blown opena close enough to*enjoy all the advantages ., "
talk. Mrs. yet
k 'i k;!;.,' ,' ..gave an"'lnt.reatlngshort ,and seating gold mine for his benefit.' He was of the city such as splendid high The Fascination of Fine Jewels ,:
fencing
: 11 l1:1 J' Depew spoke about made a rich man and named his mine .
the school, best>> markets, churches etc. ;
,t ''k" the small oak grove: not far from the "Nick o' Time." a
end the work be don Price 1600.', II (\ 'iiJ
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t'tltT '24tf ** H. M. Breaker
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,<., 5: by volunteer labor. -Prpgram-song bj The ChlUTs Toys. ,> ,

?. A Choir recitation by Mrs. Anisbaugh" ,. Cloaked under a .pretense ,of making > Truck Farm for Sale. has always exercised a most potent influence orerbeauty4ovut2 ...
Fine and Pathetic:; piano sins have
Temperance.. children happy our
the six-room
No. 467.-$3,000 secures a people That U why if would ,in-
;; you
duet by the Misses Kirkwood; ,duel been many In the first place, we two
located lot containing
on ;
by Mr.''''and' .Mrs. Depew."'The GlpsejCountess have been giving them too'manT toysand cottage acres of land]1.wi thin"three blocks of, Bulge your tastes and {delight your eye for what ,iV:, "
You Heat have made the, recipients blase
; recitation "Dou One at a.tlme is the, certter of the city. This Is a fineard.n truly beautiful and elegant you should take a look, '.
t and
Uttle girlwhose jinappreclatlve.
r tbe'Bugl.; :Calling rby: ..a.
with two 'artesian
name was not given to the secretary enough.,, In our secret souls most of proposition y through our new stock of diamond and pearl jewelry! ?
,, mistake. and wells' property; if properly
have been conscious of that onvthe ,
q ;" Recitation blJo.ephine'Lawe, us .. In"the'-second place, In ':our :cultlv.tecIerope.' : should'pay for, the, It is the finest collection of jewelry ever offered..and' ,
'' Save th.Coming Traliu. ;"Mra.'E: ;: (,
To at the and desire to, produce something; new and place "within, two, years. A i cash: : what is equally tempting, our prices are very moderate .
1 E. Williams presided piano soma "
Ls wonderful 1 at frequent Intervals, .ttlon. Propo-1!
I A will have charge of I the" program ne'ni" thlng: that would do ns credit In the '18-tf H. M. BREAJUEB & ; .t

t' : i Saturday, August Sd.:' eyes,of our young!admirersWe: have .
., !r < been getting the wrong kinds. The Imported "Honda'" Mslps. : ,
i ;> Yhe regular monthly business meeting( j
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which . .
j mechanical 'toys upon
:"if..:-' ;, ' and social of the Epworth' &KUewlU we' have fallen'with gusto and played' Upon receipt of.25 cents at the Valley I .

. \' f' beheld, .thl.;,(Friday) evening a( the happily- ourselves .until' obliged ''to Saxette office a pocket map of Florida '' .

"r' ' '.home of,Miss AUei:Cox, on ,Minnesota hand them over are far better for 'vs. will "mailed" to any address In the CA': crJ E' JewlJ.lerCJnd' ...

'avenue., :: It seems, than for them.' 'The,.:do-the United States.: _We :;can also' furnish '
of Osceola at 91 each, and Optometrist
county
the child Instead of makinghim nape ;
work'for
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i Rose Ruby Pr.vm :
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O'Berry ,
The Misses will estimate secUoaalmsPid jj4
.. do-ttHere 1\ncL1d 1o
.. att::and Ethel/'Le.,'from Kissimmee, \ ; .
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the
we have In .a . ... ,
/ few last week with Mrs.; ,_ r ,
v"apenf a days mala'principle'underlying, the selection L. }

Grant.Keadall. .l, returning. home on Sat.: oftoya' 'The child's toys'shouldstimulate' town RIBBON Kissimmee' lee Drug Cream Co., ''81-tf best. .in.! .. .. j .,
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'nrday make ,
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him work. If he has too many he has . __' n_" .__ . J' .. > . .
1 ..DJ:. Chunn'has been iiek for the past ', k i .
nothing left, to .Imagine;, U they respond ,w. r.tYrK 't.
,webnttwe are glad,to,note- tbat. be the'magic of a' key: he can .. .

s& I' "'u able to be out again., I only"*stand "by' and;.wateh.-U.rt!'. : Paint -. iht.Tp&iDt 'IPaint_: paint Paint 'Paint'., ; '_Paint t : : ,,;.
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r Cutler In Harper's fiscal;
,. R v.:WiF.: : Kenney ,(; pastor ot> th e , "
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.. the evening. "Prayer" will be the'sub1'15 Booth Tarklngton; was talking In Inllaaa'polls :'I.... .. ,' ", ". :. II' ',-JI "
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J j.cL a thosehalt' I ,.. ...' ;,';: <, ', ." e ,'!'i!
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5 t Y.y, t;1!'r bi Ladles Aid& of1 the ii. E. church starved novelists whose reviews are : t" '" ,;.!",.., ', r" '
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{ net.Tuesday sft.rnoon'at.the home of much more remarkable. than ,theirsales. .. r. a '':< : 'to. ''r.:,<'';':/" '
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: 'l ,,,, toed tea and wafers were served . \. '
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; ladies* been: working faithfully and. 'I!
I. ,:: the magnificent automobile .' :
gilded past .. '
,,-: '; : ,. are getting, along nicely in raising themoney ,," t." , ' BUY ",1
;* of publisher who bad brought .'," YaIUZS.'Vanushes"I eI '
v ' In front of the '. P aint ,.
for
paving church ,
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books at
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::1 and psrsonage4' 'f.' a heavy toes.-- fcr.r !" q ? t,1CrioMiatheWorld! Y or'H'r"J .' For Ftoon; Interior Woodwork, ;

"ti' .: |t :Rev.. X::B 'Weatc t"'Wb01 etuaog.d The publisher signaled to his chauffeur : : "O.er;, .I\ .BEST.. anCI Ftlsrtiture.. ,I .,., j e, ;.'"'
the automobile stopped and the I .
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I : t 'pulpits.with Bev*W..Bane.ot"III., : .
ndteUsCUOtarir talClnvdof.T.'muUosatr.'s ;
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borne '
ieUiiued Tuesday
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!Park band,.presented himself at IS : I '

h+ .. ' Mr.. '.Henry' Armstrong of Braden- the window of: the car humbly. ' ;

+ ; ; ,/ VI d", i'> town.'L' in' St.,,Cloud for a few day,,. ;-na.' publisher. wrapped In ,fur*. i ' 'r : ,:
y :' Ids and Is said n .' i. : MonyStains A7se 'Alabastine"Wall Coating ,:
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holdings stoppfajg '
;ho \ : hH>Jr4rgover .; .
} '+:' There's a great manuscript nearly ( .r!

/ ..t'f''Y, r. "..,, ;;4. ,., n'-at the Bonalr. HonseMrs..J. .,.' failing oat of your' hip pocket.1* If you ; ,:L, The Stains,with Feputution- ., , .' 't J .. .., ,It' is'. the 'Beat' ," ' .) ,- ,\

z. ' t.' but return to 8V ..."11... the publisher. .. temOY'ed.t' ;the. 4'
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''I'' .. l.dztoionatl.; ,bit mouth.: : :: ,
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Corrugated' lronjWhit'; ;: and. Yellow. Pine Doors,, Sash.;'::', "Etc, I/ "/J ;,;. ''I :i i:. .' ., I j') ,. ",,:::li liJ' IAr .If.'I .

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Nails all 'first : ri fhe famous' "Wonder'I' h ; } ,
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in unbroken Garden', Fence Ice Cream :Freezers
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only:. -i :*THIS, 'A* most recent addition to the '.', ittsburtb' ,.pcnect-' line 'of'' Ekctria11' .. ,1':'quart; '-' :1.24" (:'

-. 3d,.fine' $2.653d : Welded Fences is specially designed to effectually! keep in the'.maDeat chicb and' ,. .I -" ,
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,'common: 2.59,. ., and. stock.+, 'A* garden ',fence it equally' ?' Affective, and, i It the. !;greatest,fence value '3' ., ,',".. -. .... ",1'88 .,' :.,
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r AN OrTKttl UST ..:1: $(.! (.Dr arvlr1sd.r. )', ,16 Patent and Incorporation.tw3K5S PROFBSSrONAL '

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: CW.GRIFFIN lll.1d' ,H'u: ,*< *'*' it......1..bfebV ci..e u..i the wad- CARDS AI ..... .. high.....

j ; Of, SCHOOL s > ?,JW -....ds. ysrm.er too
BOOKS *!4th'I' 4. "' tar( *' ;90 ....7th A-cr.A. . .' '"" ..' -
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1 ( '4th ) .18 ... Mons. al.d. to tln aMya tote wr.rarr HYBiiGIANae BgRG19dw?

GROCRI :$; FIR FLORIA.STATE ,SCHOOLS ." 1st Reader" .i, , '
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< 'Also :Prjce. :That, Will Be' A1: ,. ''1' ]5 LtJ..lea Of'1ee ensp....... 'CbartefKl.dlrn. P'HONEe' ( ; :,, ':
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I rte,Delivery td.all Peas', : :J lowed If: .Old Books: .- "tb .. ", "' \ ; ,.._.., j ''.................... barabyl J a..*-'fi .ti;.t. 'H>*.m'ievevwtaerror ' "rtJmtfOftle'r' <

of'tbe'Uty', 'in' Exchange.The ." !.*Primer' (forN.wEth/header') 45 alai.. under. the dOe law Borvoe* ot theArticle 01 rHete liMirKnlM of ,FTorHe, Jflperper.,," W.W' \ NI(' ...-
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1 b ,. ', books'\ to be used by all, state -'{ 2d- .. .. "', . \.20 ''Tha nama at thl eetp est o. strap. ba Khvim.BMa .. 'PHYSICIANRMUDBNOB :, r

1 ?? ,ifrju-, ; r.- '- t .,.,.._,- .. schools'as .selected, last,"summer'by' a : .'Sd 'V .h ,v1 .25 *Suburban and pia....Land. basto.a..hell Company b.in It principalome Ktaalmmaa. : PHOMS"' c......r.. ;... ,
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-, v i.n,i 1.11 i MI 11ii i < 1111. *, special committee appointed by,Govern. J4th '< 'u >28 Ita Oaaaola bualnaaaaa 1 routs mar .la.. aanduoted atat ala.whar*la .Ornoa rrom V. rl..rwA.
la h' or Uilclu let' to go' overall: books'( and U fth) '** I'c' .30 the Btata of riorlda. or la othar ..._and soma .
trt.a tb-- branobaa. aavneta*or' !
i make up 'an official list, "is'given below STANDARD IIJA.NSjL\VIMO.: oIJmrwaie. as say ..* animry or_"....'.t.. I DR. ,B. D. WIENENQA r:/: - r

CRAYSTONE. The books'will be bandied by local dealers The setting of a standard in the books) : ArUol IL I I'The..I iVETERINARIAN l r '

,and at the,prices given In the list. and In :price: ,Is a stop that will, meant a _. to. ...traaaactad! titan of by tha rid oompanv bualnaaa. la or a*boat f ol"TO -.1. STOCK TRXATEOOR. ;tl

4 The price is stamped on the back of the double'saving'' to the buyers of ..schoolbooks. . .
i 'IP. AU.'hl fOI gq oirbypurehassereth.rwl.aewa.bold.bur. ALL I8JtA.8U 1
i book'' bJ',the, manufacturer,, and booksellers ., The evil of constant changingof aalL convvr.eachan s.: laaaa. morteehN. dl.. '-157' r.. DIBBLE: & :s ON'

1,1 t; 2.60 to 8.60 per,day., are torbldd'lto'uk more; The textbooks.. :and .-the," (eon equent _pnpmtr.of. tradaaiKl p.r..r.al or daalin tnlx.d..raal .aatata w other. R-Jbt Ph.n 111I ORLANDO., FEAT ?

I .Special by week or month .. State commla.l.nbu'a'N'iixed. a standard wdrthlessnesa of book 'used"'former. lo *laaxl urVey.. for aubdivlda purpoMaot, pi.',**Improv laoroUifirwle. add develop , -a-' . .- -- ,

:-' >lTIBIIMsfrU| ..I. N1tfl.' ..., exchange,value for 'the old books, years, will b* abolished by the new or and ado and perform all thing nvvdfal for DR. N.; L. BRYAN ,.'

* *< 11111111+ and this alI ". ce can be secured on der. The books too. are priced lower Ib._. development.t.- 1oIi._. -Improvemeat_ trade and mana or bull-enaUanoa ; DENTIST ; W fAREEff: :

the new official, books; provided, .the than' formerly., and:,there ,Is .no,chance cep.To.'retry: on CMieral oontraetlof and eon.krortlon ,,;

+, ., books returned are..(In fair condition.'' 1 for a stationer'to make an'extra profit boilnea*. and to tranaaot auoh other Squires Building OSTEOPATH

I The.books which will, be used by the off their sale. J) business To build a*.may oonatrnot ba Incident honeee thereto.or other buildln New York Avenue.' I

: 'W LID.. EliDE schools, and. are official ,throughout the I properly,..and M..manaa....U7.,devclope" and, 'Improve raal ST., .CLOUD, T . ;.FLOMDA.DENTIST STJFcMJSrjACHKONIO / ,

State. are t tOFFK2At. Toeoiiduet aitorcor .lnrH 'for thabuylnfand P i EASES.
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.kiln.or(..n.ral ..........adtH. hardwara, W. 8IMPSON' ," :"""t' .
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a. : LIST: Or ,NEW, : BOOKS.. I. Alger News I| or JI.rr'.tIOfa lod manufactured of tn robaodlM: product>, :mnohlnerrand 'DR. ., CONIULrATJONEiAMlNAri0rfKSSIMMEE' ' ( ,. ti:

Titles. Prices To terry oo and ntvrlaln any bull ., nn ; ,.. "
derakler.lranwotion or operailon commonly, . ;RLA.'yUL.OAY.THURsoAYs.AnMOAYa
., w.lJ.c.. ., & G.,, New. Century rarrted OB or nndarlakoo by ................ In- '. .
\': ,j .::' ; Speller I '' . . .,. .i': .$0.13 i""Di} McLaughlin has,, just returned y..tore.tlD.DoI....oontraolora, norabaata.oonfmlMlon Upstairs In Kati Building.aouBaJ .' ..i A
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J' and agvnU ADd latbtvounaof t. otr"C Iorgf.
.. '.. ,Real Estate : Aswell,' C., & G..,. New ,Century:, from' the_city; > Olney,,where. snob bunluaai ma. la draw, aooopt-andona, aoqnlr, Osrto, r ?:Jrj5'6MS: ,' 1"
sail / transferable
and all neirotlabra
J . . . . . . .. lie spent lut week, or any or Telephone Roe 7eJun In.D
1L ; Speller ,. ,, ,13 lp.trum.nta and aaountlea, Inolodla* dcben.Lurw. 6, -i- '
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( 'Aswell, C. '' &., G.,' New Century Mr. C, U.. Padgett .made 'a i business .pnrcbaM.bond, nolci acquire and I.U..f.hold exohangwTo own. amigo, .fHONCSftf, -m (UtLANOOfl.Ar ; \

"'i' ..:'' ,. 1. "Speller! Com,:. .' :. .,,.'.t.. ,. .;. -, ,*WBagley's trip to Baaaeng r. tmnifcr. and dUpoac of Ui. ._11.. bond and: : R. 'Wi;. ty.CARSON/ .
'oilier evidence of Indebtedness of ,
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Mrt.J.' E. Young returned a few corporalion
Craftsmanship In Teaching -' domMitlo or .....Ip.) and to issue In KThan -.A. ..
Jit' days ago from a ,visit to her, mother, therefor IW alooka, boudt, or ether ob- DENTIST .Idtul.an..lmcasl 'I,.
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; :: .KISSIMMEE*' FLORIDA ."r.,,. . 1..1, .'. .,',..nj| ,;111Y .88 lJK>llun... 4 ,

en.I.Copy Books I..''. .,..,. :', tiers;., :..05I Mrs. John McLaughlin ,> To u' oira, own work, 'leave, nortgan:fIOD'er. Office over Cole's'JewelrytStor: .M: -TILLERi ;
tell, and 011_ of mlnv mljwran,
" .. Mr. Noah Smith le down' in town now )r. any
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' '" ' IL: . . ..'o. ; .05 ... mineral' "''I.'''' minln andmineral Office Hours: 8-15, 1-5
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1 '. ''f 1 '.': 'u, U'IU"' . ; ;oa planting lf potatoes on'Sand Hill. oil rlRhta..! i"D'i: :meallferou.lanoa'i: and Office phone 3 b8 Real Estate 'Age cy. t tRealty
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t.I r I. 1 ,S.II.BULLOCK' f .. .. ,.). '" IV .:. "A., ..""I'-1.4, ,i.05 'Mr! ''Ben). Smith i is In'th.. city visiting any_Intermit. de..elope the same, and to manufacturend work, *x.eel. ;Residence". 23 . ; .

; :'I : to I' f' his brother, Mr,, Noah Smith. r.Dapol'\.1I kind of ore, me tali and mlneial -'"
. ; .'I"h" 1. r'Ytrtr. Clhtil."v. ,.05 ; .., and the'prodboa thereof . t.
\\l-J' : J .u I. ,/r' ,VL. 1..''' .'' '. ,t06ey Mr.. R. E.,Willis, will leave.here. forthe'city'of To....bU.... construct,operate. and conduct E ,.DERBYSHIRE. ; M,-D.. .;, bought and :

:/; '.... .' .. .VII.-t:.141..i. tOO ) ;!Busengert-wbere. : he basbusiness. torprnin.farms. Hotel, electric andstill..shl.Pl.miUcsawniIlls : lifbtiui and power j Houses rented., t. ''
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,REAL.ESTATS". I. .!... ,VII.j., ." :,;,-.\,,;;, 05 ., drainage plant. tramway plant and, lot.,lItem.road. water, dredging work.and and Special '" attention "given 'to'the' Tau!).paid and *ntlesyer-! ., ,. ?'

; t, ,S' 'ww..wr..oaa..e' !'.\ yr. :!,' IX' T7. .'05 Mr. C. H. 'pad tt. Miss Carrie ,Pad ..weralCO.flanta and ftyntema; and lomaonfao* treatment' of Women and : Ified. for non-residents., >
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: :,. wINSURANCE.# : Brook's'Story.of C ton..-,al., -,. ". .60 gett.! K. E. ,Padgett and Mr.:and .,lore*of all kind \ / i Children.1 Fire, Ufe'and..Accident Inurancei --. f
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: 'Willis Leon H.:1 To build buy, ..11. and own 'II "
Mrs R..E. and child eqnljJTToperale p
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C.:' & (?. ,Makers of Lrnerican HisS '', ,,_
I moblpa. iteamboala. lalllng veeeel. motor Office over Citizens ..Bankv; PHOifK 184 ..
Willia;-:and Mr R. D.:, Gibbs of.this I launches. power boat and other boat. nod ' t f. Inderonity Bonds.BARBER .
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Ftxaffl1natioaof" Tltles"ar :. .-. . . . . . .40 '* _ '
: '' ,24-3mospd t.
Tory ,
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t I'I? ; city' th.14th. ,, nice property to be need In nick btula trade, .
'spent' '
. of July at a -
I 'Agriculture for rommerre and navlfrotlon; and to eo-truot , , ,I - G
uggar'i SouthSchools' rYr"YrrMrYrt"-
I frolic'at'' Mr '' Padgett's. and operate pier*, dook, wnarve*. warehouses. 'vi,1: ; ,
I J, T of Olney .. .. .. .
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) Specialty:. I 'ere' . . . . . .t. ':.60EvansVFIrstLessons are terminal -connection wIth uch bnl .r. ... OawroteVANS .., . ... .
.J ( _.. ? the dance,, being. in honor of Mr., C. .II.Padgett's opus. : AGNEW & - _. ; c .. .. ,_
CRAWt'ORDTTORNEYSATLAW
k in.American To pnrpne' any and all other bulneae. and : .- .
twenty-second birthday.

CorresDohdence, $SoHcited., ,, ';: ,: ;Hi tory., . . . . . ... . . . . .44, 'The inhabitants* just: wishing a to pure/se: da I any any and and all I ell other other'aetaand, power thing which, had'may to ; ' 'I +,'t
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'- .. 1 H.'& Nl'tt.reded Classics! Book J.. ;.20 lot of'';Northern. brothers ,,'and sitters be unction nvoeiMary with,,or expedient in addition or to convenient thbusiness in eon.andbuiloeaaea . .

T' 1"f" ." *' '* '' II. ,27 will come down'to; spend the fall an" b.relnbelor.apedllod.wlolchab0-: ,:OOoee; S-4-AU Qltlxen Bank BnlldlogKlssimmee ::1.m, { ae hpBa ntiBl'' \ 'r ,
; tural potion soda corporation of this.b.rae- : Florida
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,. :- Is 1' '.<. Hi 32 winter. What few that have come are teensy lawfully :do and eierol e. and to do If ; : : -J' "
.. .. any and all of> the bewiaemF*and thing* before '
. FLORIST" :>?' IV. .1035 very proud, of thiS. :' growing city,.and mentionedeither. alone or in oomblnallon. --'' :HD.: GEIGER., ,. ;'. ;, xATTORNEYATlrlWf>t ti ; i
w a t ha; '" ', '*' It I* (he Intention. that all the object and .
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would like to It much
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: ', Hd.1 Two Book Course English .. pettyrlph shall except where otherwla* ex* .'.
.Cut' Flowers'alid: Floral Desuns -. ni-uii. In said paragraDlk. be nowise limited .
' ,. Book I, cloth, . ,, .,.''. .'.r. .:,.,, ..25Hvdi'd Modern Home for Sale. or HI restricted by reference to or Inference from ., li
/aU occasions. '
,. ,; .' : ',.j. Potted fq Plants"a.nd: Roses a 'Two Back Course EnglishBook'I 'No.' .69'"N.w, modem, 6-room. house.located' the other term paragraph of any In other thle elan.charter** of, but thl that or any theobjeoUand Office State. .Bank Building !.' . Gold i l Drinks ..& ; I Ii I'::

( f bo rd.* ,'.<,,... ,? ,,.... .; ;>.22Hyde' power (peel fled In each of the Kia imm... Florida Clears
t I : speclalty1. :: f on' Emmett'street' one block regarded a* I ,
Two Book Course English' lodependentol4eolaandpower., '
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' . .1 I Phone S3 MISS JEAN CALDWELL / west of court house.> ;' Electric lights Thle :charter may be amended. from time to /iF.KRlBBSATTORNET. : Kis 1 nIn 4 Fl4. UTL7T '
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Book II Clot l
if+; **' tJj; .A7; Course .
Hyd ..Two Book EnalishII I
j'' . : Several Article m AT, LAw'KfaiMKEE, Fuu
147} f et..- and .
orange .
young
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BOOk board. . '
) :{ ,.. ", ; ,40 The amount o. the lap/al'/ 8Cocolt otliorlsed \
4\\ grapefralt'tree., inthe,/ Thispropertyyl.ylocate9'inio
i 4 Jsmes8.OurGovernment. . . ..40'ayueiCpmrgort"PVo1Me yard. hall be I'weaty.av.Tbo.and Dollar.divided Examination
Titles Spedaly.
: : wJTIHYMPISON : : best 'Into Two Hundred and Fifty Share ot ... ; a
; very .11'
: f (i. : : !; .:,"- ,? : ".1_of One Hundred Dollar _h. : Notification and 'payment- taua ofnonresidents Spdggll i'

.'Miss. . .../?, -,.. .,.>..,.... ,VA".. ,.22 resident hi) 'section, ''ofthe city,'' [ close" to payable Aar IODI'.u either In a of ahoy aald Capital In property.Sock,:labor may be or .. given'caref. : leoJ
court od') businesssection.
use- "postoWce., : Mrvloea, at a t... fixed by IbeIncorporalora attention... '
; "iAIIc.Progu8I.Ind..Arta&L: .
I.. .16 brtlhodirectog ...,.. _. > rIr" "' T
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Terms part. meeting I
.. ,. .: Pnee $3.'roO. on or a a .w. . '
.'- .*. u .C*. II .16 railed for sue* pnrpoae; and the lodgment ol 'CLEANING \ :j .

+;' i : ;' YUNERAL DIRECTOR ..... ,..,_, .. 'L".- .1 .. II 'C. UI .16' ..24tf'H.. 'M..Breaker & Co., ouch Inoorporator or dlreotora a* to tno valueof 'ROBERT, O. JOIINSTONATTORNEY''A .IpRESSINa-J 1
C such property, labor or services ahall, la the
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ll .. .., V, ,.' .. #' .J" :, abeeoce. fraud be omielaMve' BUCK .*toakBalden > '
,, { -1. IV .20 : No. 472-Trackfarm.' This property and all partie* with the oom- .dREPAIRING"] ;
u {." '" "' The anthorlaed :-t:: : toek be LAW
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'LIC tN9iBMBAMER :r..J ,.>, ',. . :.", '" d ',.. adjoins the' city limit,. just' outside, toad and paid for al such Ume or time andupon ..... I '_.,_. '1I -''''' ...., ...... -" .1 i '
.. ; '; ;VL',20: such term and eondlUona a the Board -; :
( ';'4. fj! " : ', ', "J,'.* .- .J ., vu 20 wh."OQ wilt .not have to '.pay'.city of. Uireotor may determine:, t &WI" may ba IBereaeed \ :' T 'KIl181MEEt.'PLOSIDA: ; . , '
: f 1".J. '.', "t < taxes, contains 61 urns, : fine flowing from tttne lo tW* bevvnd: the amount Gaye .
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u elated in the DTaBer nairMed by law.ra..i word .t, my house and olotfces i ,
vi*-e. HAasar, .1 '.tnararawwt.. will be erlMd brand ",urnsd.t' '
R ed'. Word Ixssons. ..'.; :; : > r lAte Coanaal for 1 : ., Jodnoftn -
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cultivation.' Can bebought.ata:; : bargain 'Tbi.orporauon.ball have encoeealon. bf Ik* Florida R.R. -* Criminal pearl ! ; 1:7.a} I. I ,
Riley & c. Our Republic. ,.65 Including present corporate. name perpetually,aod U toexiat per.pawally h' "
price growing SatlsfactioflGtlaranteed'
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I eMMEE "- w FLOama '' -' \TASSEYl-oi; ; \ ,,.
WAREOW
; Ritchie' 4 C of Artiai.Y..
: : -Primer Hygiene: ,,.S5 crop'on easy term. of payment. We

......I'-""' r'.L., ....".,......'"'." .. '" . Ritcbie'aPrimeeofSaoitatton..40Ritehle'sNamanPhzehlogy, will introduce you to the owner and :youcan ducted The busi by a ness PrMideat.of the oorporatkMl a Vlce-Premd.nt ehall be, a Mu boa "" ATrORNErs'ANb'COUNSEIXOS. .. \ I

; .. .. ,Bo : deal,, direct with him. 'This property retary and Treaaarer,and a Board e' Director 'I AT LAw ik, cC.ri.Ldy' : S'
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; hj :$.t, ,AC.r8: tMonth Stevens, & B.'PrictcaArlthinaie( ; ..52Wheeler's Is I desirably{ located, splendid soil anda five.m.m.beral: the lee number than three of' nor director more to thai be PVaetlM .. all Ux Court of the pace and af :$ :. e'wed

_ ; ;. Primer"rlelgth. .;,...>", . '..25 maker. awed by the MOokhoUUn In the By-law refr- tha.United "-. also bafora. tha riorlda *.U. r tf9f3t2zS311f89'O
road
...' money iCommlaalon.II. Intonate
1 t'oiiiinaim11J4
time to time. The me perron may bold two '
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,_ c.l.ry '.ro.. ilowi.g .... First Reader cloth . .26 ,24-tf' H-MS.BREAKER & Co. or more office. except that the President. and .
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...._. .. , ... iaroic i Buidx :
.) ""' the 1 reunrer .11 apt be the **me person, Cn :ORLANDOIlfJ1st' ,
.......11.(>rov.adlratrIcw 8eand'Readerr.cloth; .;36t I The,followlnemad .penon* "hall be the . r ..i... prepared.to'drill .'
water dad nil traaftport. *: .Third Reader;clotb. .; .44 ofnner conduct.. the bulneu of the company ;r
ew... r, ......'*l ooatract a I Iowa alsrMUf ; Bargain in Twenty Aires: untOlbaomanwho'shaLl he.elected at the \\;JOHNSON)! !5. '
,*e sdr'ant ..Tltl Boad, Onaraata. Fourth Reader; cloth. ..45Vjj eradeetioaof. ofootnof said company Shall ANDE. ARTESIANWELLS.[
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'.inn." ., . .*48.lrr. ., l Fifth. .Readeri-;cloth; .-. .. ...66COMMISSION 'Twenty Acres! of,,land,;lese;;than ,one bequall.ear B. o. johnrton- President.Frank ." 'ATTORNEY: AND'COUNSELLOR, AT LAW : Node.

. ., .r.. . " -du ) Fxxo; EXCHANGE= VALUE mile from j postofficev, "A good location '. W.Jueui Van*As/new Secretary/ ,VicerPreeldeni.iA and T..urer.Iol . Will Practice m all eourti'i 'i in any.section. of, !

e .. ... . The .x"chang. value set' I fora subdivision.;:Can be had ,,for $65 And a pale laree penon shall be a dlrectorr' State and Federal 'J >J'!''
by the comimtMiptXHt < .' .
'w : -r ; P'ef a re., ,.R:, D. "Waring& Co/, 19-tf' '' ,, omoera- sAaU+ Office adjoining ..'Broadway' ... :or c ,. ..
,,7 ( i ( r:flllnbali'fns ri ) ;bid books' U as follows;: :. achdireMan'and 'be elected +,:" Ten ot .. '-'
? successful .
i years ,
Jto /
..i. *: Cltasena Bank. J ICisalmmw1ateirwu 't' :
f a ".4 j >'3irsili: ; *f 'akfel !f 'j' annually on the teomld ' (
_.be.II1Q8lpJill: ...... .... . .LP BOOKS EXCHANGED,. 1 1Iftik | each. y beflnains;In the year 11*. .. Drilling Is a Guarantee of ".
.. . !: . ., G" ........,...........wi sea *- art i 'r' :
--- jr. ) k tt* 'L f" Splendid Investment.' I ,PSThe.adAr: .;ArtlcU n'.f;:; ..J; ? .' . 4. ""'. f'a: .')reoas Y Ability to-- produce the i ? ......... ."
'r.t1 e >v NON 46G.eft Jecrtalnly Is'einiperat1ng! illtfl. 'adopt *- 4pprerla t '\ t ..J . 'N'J"'
OklSpellers.Bo614'I. Prtmiry)6c > "* _.1. and sksjl ado* t/yIawa"for the
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: .. WOQDHAM; . .
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i to '' of It**tnTalr*,net Inooneutent wllh .
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Old "', elfcr' :Book.'II (or Advanced), 6cOM seean'opportunity 'making' big, Both of luoorpmalloii and Uu>law*of tne > : to>t' >> ,1--.r;; ;TW6i ANQi: FOUR ,JNON "
: quick, money, and then not be able to : .frUrrMa,#KSfc W33F, raajr be amendepealed > ,, .:
""TIrye. 8peUen JJl; l.teN: f\\ ; '-.A-I .09 take' hold can't fill or a* may .be. provided in aid b,. '01. ,WEUL8 A 8P'EC tA.1'; : ,
of It. We buy' 'SURVEYfRS (
OW,Agriculture' (riot Duggar's) .. t 80 all;the .. _. j t IP. .r . "
IFwt'E
M1 1 bid Primary u. SJ'Hbtotieai.. :..k good things we.ee"ai4wj ar4 willingto :( ,.d lrt .tnoebtedasiorII.bd l cITbihbaks.tamdnclsf Ltesi' .. .1''-t.'oIi Florida' 'b x.
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I 'Advanced VJ.K' '(foe Primary '"* /passUienfi along :''to "Qur.:'friends.' ty to wmeb the corporation can at any time'- a----mss . , ,tJ}
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tan :; U.S..Htotw ., Here's a'lureone-US: acres alb I platted .uhjeot.luelf haU. .be. Fifty,TbOU..... \f. vvjiiJrf.. l !i!.. ,:WJf1: .
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F HlstoriesV.; and.,a;ready for.ale 'In Eve and ten acre _": ....ArtItIe vm. .'SW""'" IvfoNBR\ KER. ........,..
)U. .h : T '..3SOM tracts located ..:The name*and raaMenoe*of the 'labeorlblncaorporatera. . 31'yTbe ) ..... .' i-'
.Primar/)r. SJ' HlsU-for( ''' 1d within vljj( miles'of pur "." 'f; .

.. ., .!S.fl ) ",'" ,:: .l!. 11.:" \ f- passenger' dep4t,'" W and jn! ,"closer rox. w -01... = eapaaIitbck nWrL1a.17akana.Rub. ;-delrressddti. Watts wtriu will. 1I1n1.Finance-.. Tim. 'I '

Old cloth-; imtty.'t6jtbel: >est ,>ard road: in Oseeola ? ob .' bgr.IrrifmUaa-% Stock *; .. 100,,,,, .
PriMaryOranimara, : GU I'Itrida 12 .hirer .
.090.00and t >
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!; ...! 1Y' 1- Old f rimsiry Gra +mart, board; , 41OldAdianced ? i county;' vWe ..n"'offering thw'ntct bra. ; a 1' A.....!IIi' ............ iakateai. .$o E.pnwnatlv."Immra.W."PI O.THOMAON. ''lorjda, rGower ri I-
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.. Old Advanced .ft furtherv'expense necessary to';;place lysae ; . ,;p r..A:, ,T"'I. Agnew.TATE rnrtranlnr*and trait tro+ara. re#':
unman, board '.20 folk
who
J" want to about Vler-
know
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t, 8* be too bIow.JtJ8.own born!:,. I Old Civil (toys mentse.,.',...... ../.Io'r.v; ;.- 'k26OM the market In small tract&.I:1U" .. .Bee' ua.Mi' $' : 071A1&ID4-pf' .. i iCounty .....,,. ... .. In the jDla trjct 9 E.i.t4ttl1'Ji.n. t.4 fi'yarieW1Mflnste! I > oaak' j '

l.- '. .., _. ,. .; .;,..,.,..... Bpsur1 fr' J>>at e..SpeUet)0':1t) ': .-.: ,.' ..P".Hi Breaker:: ft:.Co., 9igp e4 1T .QIDf l'Ii,' .....la. and 'for...IHIid."\b-; my.a 1.040. : 'States ski and.for.,the Southern :,.,u\,;oH tlon. 'aa.py.srlgbtclma.C. Irtel '

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: 1 ,; Primary .Physiology) '(!fwjPT.J h '. t ",,'P'J "f'c" ; y"--, .' s A.. f. A.. yeas. .....IL... Job.me well ., ''Disttctof:( Florida;:: .; ?: .THE PL'IH IDA OJIOWBslSOO

bettor place;: alta never, '%};>f;jHygi! Pbtieiu.RyJ! ,: 48. _, ...5hennai;' ''Sale.\. t ..,. m 4ol VkheM dl: "= IO '*'lF.Xl8' : ''''''k'.I>a'kr.pt-tn': Bank: ,: .rtvrMe ATa ae.'Ta, *"aa). flrM.p; .
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> OH.priarr for'I U.dcrCud "by wtl'U'0"J oxecil. / mniorC. > SOTo ' '. -' .
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x will there !lo . .. ..... 10 wvlepebaatiro and each tS oraditor of W;g .. Wblurtr .
; be,., to;,buy a, Lb.;; "" .f and nnoerih Real of tha circuit Court .. ... td. .. e av*** of ; 1
; ; : I,ef --1"1r'1)) : : s j ;'r :t30 la aad for Vaoaola ConBtv, ftovtatb Jodioial now"' that .t" ,., .. ." fur Oaoaoht Ooantr..and district atoraaald. bank! . .
;' trader Steak lnmM of tile.... of Florida dated. tech 0 ti antedaaw ." """ ,"; '' :
or Old Advanced . luNo11oe 1"
Chef" PhysloloiyL. 'i .80 'XleaI. "
: ,: \ : ; oar. 1910, .. wharelD Aiellna M nits nd anal& at barabjr (gist: '''.'_a &h.&I! dry '
and all .. .t ,. i. Old Prte r (for New J'Primer)), ,: ,v ,:liOU Campbell any Own D..Campbell are plalntUTa: ........... Q>rs,, .4 ata4: this I de,ott't.t Of July lest, the aald W.H 8Taa woe duly --,--, ;.: ; e r r. .
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... . 1.4''j "" adjndlotdwinaaf
!' and W.0. Havana I* dafandaDt I bare lavlad .,: 1 a bankrut, ao4 that lbs Bras : -
Jat Header (forNewPrimeri .1 6 ", $ 'hi* ortMtrtt* ;will be h.ld.t e3IieHERB 6' ; T'ii. .
on aad will oa -NOD< ',, Aofuath 1111.- . 4 ann Htaiit Lwr the
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i. w.Prtnr8e: : \ ve ': i.2d, "rk.rip; *.* *!*; '* il6 same bolni a Legal Bale -*', and'dude the > .. 00111 BOUM in ElMrimma. Florida, on ta* SU ,
_ A' ; . | legal boon of -ale, over Jf ..>... .. Caati .Mv p..mWon.Dlr.' Oeo.. '14 .11 V d90t Ann. .?' IKia. at eao <. clock. a. n at ', IS A UUAHArtTBKD OURS; .,
; !! .'r!;i-3d, fi* 'S'y' N' Uoaaa door In which time .. c r dlton mar attend y'Doa'tb.dldete.d
'. on what"we".iI1N ; $!?*? rjlJ; Ktaalmm Florida\ and Mil to l" .. : ., rrova : .
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the hl.hsatbidd.r. for ... \, the "' their claim, appoint a tmak., oxamlnath*1 br an -IdIu. Getti>I ca
' 4th': *lie: .f ; 'oJ ."1 ..14Old lytag and "'Iall" lullowiniiraalaatata. ) Flog Notice of Stock lolders MepUng.wI bankrnat, and traaaaot such other bnunaa* ... jour yak that will unruly" Imp'MALcTa IDcnMIaa- ....
W* ; always; Sell the ,1'd.. .\!' "t .. "' >, .' fr ",, ,\- lda.to-wllf Thaona-baUnndTrldodlntarMSof : '.. , "' '. '. "" . -. yry properlY, spray b.." ,arv iha uld "'NltM'\, Sods.. .......... and elks anpirrM gyps
+ -.16 II'
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!: 1-// the rid W. H. Havac. ta and to the 6\11 M ol the tn>0erurned Plieetore'xtf \heota ," fLU"AM HUd ... OINTMWNTt

.t"We"'spaie'. 'jfo: Pmeif'for New let Reader) :.15 ahot8.c: oud24.Tbva.blpt.0Soulhofttau ttunber Company by virtue. of the aathoritr ref ... 'TOOpa;,Florid.no Releree,IIIIa loa,.BankrRpt.y. ," "''".j' .-'- "c"f ** ....*.: ''I,
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p.Elttll"thiigMacf: : :t "r,11 OWlst... Reader' (for NeW 1st,Reader)) ;.15 W.. U to tba N WU of NW of tilek.........at maId ,Ccmymny' a &Ie , } '- .1" . .. Attu pea-S .. roe ..s 1 Il
ak 211 ,!'" f. t. r.15 of BwUoa 11.Tuwnabip M 'JtoatV o? Ravue Wmzsto im fold to It.dma fa the l ley of 1It"--" .0a.5071 < '; t"NA I Mar ltoa. wi apP '" \lie. ... 1
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_, ': _ Aa ,fine, .a?flow,:of.yrater; ; .., Otceoiacounty ,' -. . ', .-
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1 e can of eslats .almost at Friends Inserted Small "Ad"In -

Finds a'New ;'a \WWewme Abode the cook room,' orleaid; water being 'paper,:r ands ...kere) After aUrBains' ,.
.... . '. cool) and refreshing; :and :with milk Did 'the:,....... .' rKi..immee ,
T ', '.,.,..'ee...IiIIiL'I'J butter and light bread in abundance Watch ,the
Rex1a'be.n'atehlne''' :( Kissimmee on. would be hard. to please if ..dissatis.Bed. 'Bright dreams of wedded'biua were ., property isat SSC"' :: J ,

the .. shattered by a tiny-want adV inn. in value'owing to '* red
grow every'smce' ] wisdom of. 'our '' theme.a ayes __ .
Instead of a'day all by themselves.as :
encouraged A few mosquitoes. Invade the b uae .
'county guardians, : by the they bad planned Mr. and Mrs Net man who buys' pooplo tnoving Into thi and to tM '
patriotism ,of'I;our peerless 'Tripl.tt"caaMd'that during the early hours of the night, but eon Joleen...' newlywed. pent eight .- vicjnky, .
honorable,'body *to sow a little smoke drives out these troublesome strenuous boors receiving stranger, fact that'there ha and'DOW is being'qg:, '

bro&dtuthe..ed8 of 'Immigration, : Invaders. Our,sleeping 'apart- who wanted to buy the brand-aew fur KissimmeeProperty :'
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using u.a distributor the far reaching: meota'are! protected, by screened doors nlshing of yieir cozy flat at.No. 4851 r .pended large. sums of money for -:
.teemed' and window., so'that we suffer no,, inconvenience street. < 'j
column*'of your' : journal. WestVan Baron municipal ImprovieinenU." .
after 'lying down.. Here 1 the ad that wrecked their ..,.. ,
You bar not ov.r Mtl'mated.the ad- : ---- -' ,
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The Is not u thai happiness:
that' to'be derived from population as great '
vantage .are ,
of.JCJesimmee, 'but "our other advantage : .-'f) >
Gut aoil and climate and where,dli atiBfactlon :FOR 8.u.Jll-ll'anJtun. entire furnleh-
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. +. exlsts with those wbo have *. In some particulars, are superior, Inca of .11t_ flatl) evrrthla new and '..
and as we, are .all willing allow the In flnt-etaae condition. Including a pta_ ,' ,
been,disappointed their expectations, ""pr., Call Sunday, between I a. m..and I ,. -' '. : '. .. : \
:yon .will universally find the, fault 4Pexist' well enough problem' 'to rule, consider''bell Bra..,at 4961'W.et Van Surra' street.No I have'yet .'large number of Lota distributed In different parts of the City which.I will tell! '' ..
ourselves fortunate: In belnc' as .. reiMonable offer: refused.; 41'
finder. There '
to i the never was '
. ,for,sums ranging from $'l'5.OOto, $50Q.OO,'according to the location. :
supplied as w.-are.THE .
,Garden of Eden and, the descendants .It.Theywere "
but, one The ..101..nlb... nothing about. "' "" ' '
I have'also som -eaidenc which]! would like tb'ditpose' .
property : .
The .
'l of old Adam or very many THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION serenely happy. groom '
of,them, have Inherited hit disposition : WU, showing hU ,bride the coiy corners Stop paying rent and buy some, of this1 property and own: your own home. if )'Oli"wm' : y

to be dissatisfied with existing condi- or TaaNEWrYORK of their nest."How call. and see'me' I will show you how'easily it can be''done.> "I' r.

'tlons; let ,them be'.nt so favorable, -do; youlike It. my darllngt"be ... i :
WORLD Inquired anxiously i
and it is among those ;unhappy ones ;
+' j
"Oh, Nets. Ifa: Just,too- .
){ :tares that we witness the weeping and .--- Mrs.,'.101....'* reply..was Interrupted. '.

.Waning and gnashing of teeth because Practically a Daily.si Price ef weeklyRoOtk.r by a hammering at the door; .ARTHT.JJ; ?, E. DOITEGAN, :
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nature won t change Its course or bendto -, "HeyI What'I011'take fee the \ .' i i0 ,
oirtfbolelOm.J'dem!; when. the door \ '
their They, Rew.paperlatke World plsnert"asked a man .... .
are likeRex need to be when a boy: at Low Price was opened.
| dive so Mach at so a 'I
t school On a Saturday'' morning If a Dont want to sell It. Good day, \ '

leJood"obecared the., sky': be'was very The great Presidential campaign will said Joleen. : bl' t,
be turned to his brlde.-Agaln
Again ,
apt to pout and declare thAt it always soon begin and )'oll.wlll.. .,want the news a knock on the door., | '
''rained on that.day because-- was a accurately and promptly. The World ."I seen1 your ad In the p.per,8&l4, SOLOMON B. AULTMAN, Pres. 'W. W. F'KRREix.-'Vlce. .Pre:"A Mgr. 'GJw': WATSON Sec. TreasJ (.0

:a'holiday;i' and a great teeny grown up long since:,,established a. record for Impartiality 1 another prospective! buyer>> : ', : '
people; an Just like a pettish boy, never ; and anybody: can afford Its ,"No. you dldnt. I dldat have any 'QSCEOLA LUMBER COMPANYPlaning ,' :
satisfied with things u they: .eUt.,_ ,.bri eaWeek'edib ,' ''which,comes! ad. 1 don't: want to sell anything 1m. ,:
''But enough of this. Mr. Editor; let I every other'' day In 'the> 'week except busy, Good day* replied Joleen.1 Mill and Works:
.us enter,into a few personalities. I Sunday. It will be of particular valueto 'AU day long Joleen and his wife anwered ., ,Novelty, r
the bell and knocks' the door,
Bas has neglected: to locate Cobblana, :you now., The Thrlce-a-Week World t
turned the would-be buyersof i ,
and away DEB
situated the Klssimmee river abounds features,
i which la on also in other strong and I .
furniture plaJao.pl..ra.1.About" :
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,,. about 26 mile below your city, and aerial, stories, humor markets, cartons < 6 o'clock In the evening'It ;:1
is one of the moat favorable locations : : In fact, everything that ia to be suddenly dawned upon them that the ti! '
\, The land reminds us of the first-class and old shoes they .
knoVn.'' found ins daily. friends whose> rice (
old rhyme 'once' used In our country by THE THRICE-A-WEEK WORLD'S had dodged by leaving the church :IJLl I .t fi' "

the children : regular subscription price ,is only $1.00 where they were married through a : '

and this for 166 papers. aide entrance after the ceremony, bad '
"Egg., butter,cheese, breadStick per year, pays and persevered In their Joking and bad ; :? lif!,
stock stone dead." We offer thin unequalled newspaper won. ; s .n 3,., 1

The- first line In the'couplet has a the Klssimmee Valley' Gazette' togetherfor The groom grinned sheepishly, then ...... .u.a ...... ;
bearing on the culinary department one year for.'1.16. called a taxlcab. The only quiet mo "'C:' [S'
The regular subscription price of the menta the couple-bad during the day i
second be relatedto
and the night closely:
*-quadruped that la sometimes serilOUsly two papers is 12.50. .. were cap Record-Herald.spent at a downtown hotel.-CbJ- "iii! flf[

: injure, In jumping over the tall
Greeks Practiced Palmistry.Palmistry .
palmetto. Said quadruped is tenderlytaken -
practiced by the an
care of by our citizen. and the dent Greeks.was Nature'when Winter student. ,"* saida By dealing with us you will be able to*..t just what you want, end jn a specified time, beildes WE WILL SAVE'
"The bat, comes '
SAVE YOU from 10 to 16 PER.CENT. We are located on private switch and load directlyjnto cars.- 1)0
nature student "folds bis.long ears
against; his aides, shuts off his heart PSCEOLA LUMBER COMPANY Inc. *ISH"HMEE. PLORIDA'
Distance and. banging head down from. some J //.1
296 black corner of barn or smokehouse, ,'
AdvertisingLong hibernates till spring In March-b.becln. -" \ }

.. to wake up. ; .' ,
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"Lizards' and .snakes ''hibernate ,un I
is saying the ,right thing derground. Frogs, hibernate In the __,_ if'I 4'
frozen mud at, the bottom of their
' .I? at the right time ponds. It's nothing to them that they ,P :'anwe 1J'Zflin' Question and .be; .

in ''the: :right wayWe In February that you could'break him : 'The.TITLE,GUARANTY CO.. . '"
like a soda cracker-will thaw out in a ..

make a specialty of planning' 'pr parlq "warm March ha 'chfpper .. 'youplease. will search and examine:the title to the land''' which'I' yoU are adout' to purchase, in !; "

literature;and conducting -campaigns for., '," &tea:and' mice. don't hibernate, Osceola County, or elsewhere in) Florida, and if found to' be. good will guarantee t '
.1,l) Land Companlea.Board.I and Individuals.GLENNREAGIN ..' of\Trad.,, Munlcipalities They come Indoors.\They leave their; you against loss by reason of mortgages,' liens unpaid.taxes and Adverse claims.It ; i

i .,., cold field and sewers and they fake fa our business to protect our clients and patrons,against investments in Imperfect '

.up therr'quarters In our nice, warm titles.. We accomplish this by a thorough search of the records and the Issue ; ; ''
team-heated homes. There It's Jolly of ourTJTLE: POLICY.or. Guaranteed Certificate or.Ti le..' -'' :r > 'j" ,w,

'. ADVERTISERSTAMPA ':.....plenty to eat, no snow no ..Ieet""DO ' / '' ; '"" : " '''* "* ;'JW&; : 1.'YJ'"

piercing March winds The" winter Tse Tale Gaaraatee,Coaspajiy lees a Gcaeral Abstract Easiness. thro. 4ort At State a l Fieri**W*:1*te i 'f ; ,
season makes no difference to;the "" '
FLORIDA rats and mice, save that while always '-' .N,It-Abrtract. t. Gty'aad" c.a sty Property nude' ,sad.JelivereJ. .._* sUt..etke> ,o.'f"" .?":'"'' i

marrying and giving in marriage. theymarry "
and give In marriage more than .QLJ'A'FRAIMT.V' : OOMPANV'
comfortable houses, rearing 'TI.TL'E l '
ever in our
Round RatesATLANTIC" +.- --- ,- ,CepIt.tesocbNooooo.oo-w.----: -/ 1
Low Trip at our 'expense and on our food
Utters that in their vast numbers; CARROL D. JUDSON President 'EDWARD :NASH'Secretary: :V./R. Jcoeow,Treasurer.
would content..even a rat Roosevelt." w Too EJtA RJiIrNOLDS,,General Counsel l .t" ;
VIA"------; Fins Branch Office, KLshnmee. FIs., K
Home Office, Bisbee Bldg.; Jacksonville, ;
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COAST LINE I Honest Pharmacist..That . ? .LEWIS. O'BRYAN, I ; Manager". Klssimmee' Branch ', ; /... ,
"j
I "honesty'Ii the best policy la I ,'t'', .
'I I I an axiom'that has not been receivedwith' ,

'. ''FROM KISSIMMEE ". entire favor.In fiance lOa,.' be '. ,""". .,
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,. Inferred from the following; Last No- r ''' ..f."I Ir;,"

$41.66'. -New.York and.Philadelphia. .,S ld dallyllmit Oct. 31st.\, yember a Parta pharmacist who bad ., :, .' 0
: ,, .. .' .. _.c. ,- -'oj .., .... ',. ..:
medicine that he :
Oct. made blunder In a
$3'l',65-B<lmore'and..Was. ,.;..;..:.Sold.dally, limit 31st., a discovered soon after fle I'I, - -
had prepared
$6O.1S-Chicago, 111.' f 'Sold daily, limit OctSlst.:: that (:tt
livening it to an unknown.woman "
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'p:
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$65.25-Denver, Colo. :Sold,daily,'limit Oct. 51st he bad put into, it a most dangerous ,A t .

$98.16-California.points. Sold daily, limit Oct.. : 31st. :,, poison," H* Inserted In a-number j ofdally ,
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the 'i/\J/
,papers a notice warning unknown +
,1' , customer not to use the medi ,

Excursion Rates. to,'Various Points FurnIsJ ell:' on Application. cine., '''This'' conscientious publication
OVERS/ALLOWED has bad a disagreeable' result' for'the
STOP pharmacist He ,war hunted out jby. '
'Fast Trains;, Steel'Pullmans. 'Dining Cars the police for having delivered a poisonous ; ; .\,, .. 1rt 1\\\
; < substance without a physician'sprescription.

\, . "' :He baa Just\ settled(by. ,. : '
11'0tletvatlonl: or Information, call'on nearest Atlantic I paying a'fiDe of.10t francs. t#) ,
Coast Line Ticket Agent,'or' ,. "'J)'' But the customer had not r.m.laedunknown .

.rJ. 'f R. B> AZLEY,. , . ', '' J. O KIRKLAND, 'or undiscovered. The polio utrt ;', ,-,,: ;,
r5., Traveling Passenger Agent Div. Passenger Agent had found her She had not seen any ; J9..'
"" ,' ''Tampa, Fla;' of the notices the'pharmacist had put ,:, ' '
J. . . In-.the papers.. ,,,But dowered with[an 1 II J'
f' excellent scent she had not used, the I ,'".,',""' "'", <,/, "... '

o .. ' medicine "because 1C did?not seem. ,'I .:J. .,,"..'\.:'.: '

r'' ,, .';-- ,quite. ,right/"I '; ," \, '........
.p -
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Oriental' Metaphor. I
': :, ,'. \ ''The''Oriental speaks naturally .In :"!*/ "<, / '
ABSTRACTS the children continually '

-, ,:-", .... '. metaphor use .llgures-of Even speech,which are I, ,YOU: IIUttO"OO; at! or buy,, the cheapest, Farm. Implements j IWtewis:.:";' '.'

'. often The Washington poetical and. ',Star always, thus suggestive quotes for the'money, just drop 'around, to:the. 'Osceola. Hardware, .'Com'"" ,. . '

OF',TITLE : lUshop'Oldham.>> a missionary'bishop' dealings. ',: ' '"'''v; f'

i, ', of,the Methodist; church.. ,He, writes 'p uy.J .Good goods, big valuer. square, .. ..' : ; + FIS
S .
; : I
F from Singapore: .. f
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o, ,to. -c.--: ,-. ". .' 1'wish yon could'hear some 'of the <\ ,e.' \ .

' 'expressive phrases of the native boya. S yR

,Lands'.,in Osceok; County : ',' A lad the the abstemlousnes other day was of.describing hi* f.ther.1 tome .' ,>, ,. ', .. ,

" Oh. be content with veryjlltUe/ ., a

k,. Furnished ,tyR. be aald. ? uch,a... tOr> little! ., .Here. ''e.p

'G. TOHNSTb: : : : :; he than pointed the water' to the in the ground.No" hole mid"lOON"bya Osceola 'H td areoH.ti tiI ,, '

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.; , ,, ". : ehlcken'.feet. .. .. .
"He smiled and resumed: 'f >: '
eDV'i'OF OROJrr'COURTS' '**' '< ,'"..,:.:' :""He eats pothi. g. 'A grain or'two '

____fc-iM." n.V-&vr- of rice content him. Ton' should see . _..,.;af< ,' ."'. ,.x------, t tA
"** ""' 4 A. *A' ",i f f" him at.hi* meal*. He 1* Ilk a. hound :

,Prices of'Abstracb'-1 re Governed 077 Statutes of.>- munching: m.. :.. .' 0 . , . .- :t
.' "Vt -, .' * .
./f.'thc: state of iFIoridar.. '

.. :: '. '."How1. did,.you Diplomatic get your. wife.to, forego r : :
_
>, ,"" r 1 : I her gownf desire for,.that.expensive evening We: Can C , OX: o !r PrintingRIGI; J

: .:Told her 'It wa.'Just the thing. 'a''' [
.1)). plain'womanneeaML": ..Judge.vy . t \ I ;
'It If''"' 'f ....._ .; \ i, :-- 'j, : Ai
tV." 'Ii-, , 'I ..r'j .... W .t. \ I
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FOR RENT-Ol*BUt bankborkrht ;,; '* ""'

. | CAMPBELL | .. on Darlington avenue; four rooms'i, ,
: WE KNOW Classified Advertisements and bath upstairs, three rooms below
"
E. G. Vans Agnew| :Ageat. ''24-tf
,: 3, W. .Collins halt lust completed \ ty

h > t ceiling the school bouse and the childrenare I M MWWMM. FOR RENT-tarl: property, eonautuljG:'

fE 'l'ampa.TribuDe, Col. Charley Griffin Plant City Courier : Hon. Stove glad school begins so early this Adv.rtisementa'are Inset ted under this head at the rate of 8 C** *>' of 20 acres of ground H miles frem. .,'

p .of Kissimmee cam up- from PaasI -.. Acre, the'Osceola county,stat!'amanr term. per line each insertion. the city limits also K aees inside ."tf ','t
,
visitor in city i the city. llmiU. Nelson RaitylC ,, ,,* W
drill after distinguished
yesterday morning spending was a our Mrs.; F. C. M, Boggessof* Ft. Ogden.is.visiting ,"I IFtJRNtS "a

the day on the Island and'. reports a Wednesday. Mr. Acre' was and at onetime her, daughter, Mrs...E... E. FOIL SALEFOR R. IX WARING A CO..,, will' rent f .t) Cottage" for .Kot.- :;
northwester' flowing which; JIM com- ; a resident of this section expresses Brown. ) yeua We have a delightful cottage.ft&j,

pUtely awept the Island of mosquitoes his pleasure at the evidences of < house. 19-tf rooms, well located with fin* view *f 4 ;

.and..makM It the most desirable spot in progress and development so noticeableIn Several, Campbellites: went on the. SALE.1" >retty cottage' lo'm MUTTON, fresh fat and fine,. at theRulIBass lake good neighborhood,to rent on til. .-t!'
,
24th of 'July excursion to October thelll'llt., at $:dh.( per month ,]
the country "We had to sleep. undercovers. Plant City. Tampa. i well located and cheap convenient,six Market, phone 189. 18-tf \
Among them were Mr. and Mrs. R. W. i 'rooms,. pretty yard,' comfortableand We also want to rent the Earl pro \ "
I
l' said,, Mr. Griffin, "and I was very 'both the places In town one..l' I
perry ,
t astounded to return here andfind it was Tampa' Tribune: Col. 'J{. G. .Craw: Jones and children; Ruth and Marshall the home-like. We also want to show FOR SALE-Four' tboroughbred bird 20 -acre farmon Sflungl\ as.., V 1'I
E. you Fleming farm inside the city doga.. Address Boa 28*, Kissimmee, .
1 not snowing." Mr. Griffin bears. a ford of Kissimmee formerly editor and Mr. E. Brown and daughter : limits, valuableacre tract, excellent Fla. ao-tf Nelson Realty Co. a }. "J

striking resemblance to W. J. Bryan and owner of the Pensacola New., was Ernestine. house fine shrubbery, nice lot of !

1 'and is often .mistaken. for the; Corn.money a Tampa visitor yesterday and was kept Raymond Lanier )gave an ice cream fruits started'and very fertile' productive WE-Hay.: listed some of the most desirable WANTEDWANTED'At .'. jJ.
and dance which I land all,, nicely arranged for property on the market, both
busy shaking hands with old acquaint party ,was enjoyed by comfort and 7 ,
convenience, for sale at city and county, which we offer at .
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to-bur horse
ances. Mr. Crawford:! is enjoying a lu- all present a sacrinc price we 'want 'to show the: lowest prices to-. be obtained once,

a Lakeland News: Mr. Wolf and farm 'eraUv law practice in Kissimmee and .R. W. Jones Is on a visit to Ohio. you. ,Nelson Realty Company.'.23tf There is so'padding of prices by u. gon Company.and ,harness... Nejsoo.!' -Realty-. .:],

'Ily, of Klsslmmee. are newcomers to he declares that tbe Osceola town is very piece of property sold'at exact
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Brown out FOR SALE-E. M. F. :
were Touring Car. W1S
v Lakeland and are pleasantly situated at taking off its hat to no town of its sizein model price placed on it by the owner. WANTED pair or more of aqul irnle.: 'P
to see their daughters. and son. good as new.Will sell' or.exchange Write us requirements and' .
ws
the of public improvements.Four your San at Oaeaola
way Applyto Lupfer,
and
the Ball House Mr. tor real'
Pickard good: estate will '
family ; or will do best w '"
miles of !brick streets he reports Melt Bryant and family left Monday sell 40 b. Pullman our to please you by Hardware Store 81.tf
the other half. Mr. &S.
my
occupying p. car.
showing Just the kind of
property
and to follow. Mr. and Mrs. you '
more ,
a t will be connected with the Florida Elec-I Crawford are summering on an islandin July 29th, for North Carolina, wherethey Griffin Orlnndo, Fla. y 22-tf. desire.' H. M. Breaker &-Co 24-tf ANTED'To sell you Grapefruit-,, 'ft t t

.. rical Co. Lake Tohopelcaliga. will visit friend. and relatives.Look FOR SALE and Trees Peach Trees ,
-Three orange groves and FOR SALE-A double closet I Orange ; \
.. --- '-. several hundred acres of land at a made of Iron. IL EdmundSwab. I Roses.and Ornamentals. W. H. Bm1; >
Who's .Here! bargain. Located In Lae Apopka Box sheet : faw. salesman.. Griffin Bros... 828t' :
625..
81-tf
t1 PARKERJudge _'SUSTAINfD HE LEFT BUSYBODY THINKING There are several axiomatic truths section of Orange county; near Uotba. y ,I.

Practically all lake front. J.' D. FOR SALE-Ten] acres, four acres In

Urchin's Un. of Fun With Man Who about advertising that cannot be offset.Here B..-ggs, Orlando, Fla. 22-tf sweet potatoes. ,!.room house, deep MISCELLANEOUS nR, ,.1

Perkins Confirms Decision in Needs Must Pry Into Other Is bne of them ;. Whenever a' FOR dressed'. 'poultry,' phone the Rull well 2 miles from city: only $1200. WADE the tuner. Orlando. .

: People's Business. business wants to be prosperous, it advertises -Bass Market,' No., 89. ltf Ask Mrs. Summers. 29-tf

/ SL Cloud Cow Case. and when it is prosperous.it FOR SALE-Three residences. On" '!in FOR SALE! -Drug' business and'bulldIng FOR. fresh fish, phone the Rull Base

Information was received this mornIng The small urchin climbed up the advertises.In Eureka addition $6OOi one in Lill '. of store and two living- rooms 20 Market, No. 189. 19-tf,

4 from, DeLand that Judge Perkins car steps and 'wormed himself Into these latter days, it is necessaryto addition (1,600 i one in Basel addition acres of land fenced with 28-inch hog .
proof and. two. barbs five WOOD strand, $1.25; five strands.
aeat beside the The basket $2,600. Waters 4c Canon acres per
a Busybody. Grocery
: advertise If would succeed .
in one ip
,.had decided the St. Cloud cow case cleared and ready for plow, 2'acres 95.15. Kissimmee Lumber Co. 25-tf
accordance t with the findings of the he waa carrying the youngster business, for the competition; is too Company. 61-tf [almost ready for plow. About $400'' -----

{ county.court. The legality the cattle flied carefully\ between his feet, with great to sit down and let the people worth of drugs and fixtures in drug MEET'me at KlMimme Drug Cbj ands' I
several anxious glances In the pro- store. Does not a druggist we will get a drink of thebest sodai
,impounding ordinance was questioned 08... .. hunt you up; and when a business is A FEW CHOICE BITS to handle the business.require Will sell for water made. 31-tf .

and put, to legal test, the trial "What have :you in that basket, my once established and begins to get on $2.OOO.cash. All of this property is

(coming up before Judge G. F Parker. boy: !" asked his neighbor, bendingover Easy street, then it advertises to retain located at Orange Center. Dr. Jo.. LOST-Black and tan bulll dog pup,

l The jury gave a verdict in favor of the confidentially.: "I noticed how its hold on the people. See ? With A 20 ACRE Improved farm fenced and Ponder.. 32tf-pdlt ears and tail cropped;about 2) month*. "

plaintiff and against the town of St. careful :yon were of it It must be this prelude it I. proper to direct at- cross fenced a variety of fruits stock i old. Rta.nt reward.to K. P. Butler and 82tf"rereive <>f

1 Cloud. The case was appealed with something quite valuable. Isn't It?" tention to the inc..euect'advert.elnc and implements an extra large cottaR'e. FOR RENT IJOIN' l

the decision as stated. Te're hop old sport. Its some- space now occupied by the Citizens $2500., some household goods all for OUR COOPERATIVE' COL-

thin'. that's worth a whole heap." Bank of Kissimmee. This institutionis DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M.Til ONY. located: near Tampa, on. 3. A\.
The action of Judge Perkins in the A BEAUTIFUL surburban home good
ler. L. Members get land I at .f
"Well, won't :you tell me what It Is? Railway.
r contest ease of Butler ".. Barber was growing rapidly, and its advertisingspace house barn etc complete water works fraction of the usual. cost Large-
"Not 00er life! Thing I want to
not learned, but it I. the opinion that get pinched is growing with it. The space A for 6 ROOM Irrigation- ,Ask about It. R. D. WARING. & COt will rent your number of allotments taken and new
concrete bungalow I
f: tell about the bank only house for 19-tf I town buildmg. For Information address -
to and its
Judge Perkins would not grant the motion This was too much for the BusrM required t5etO. cash takes it. ;jrou. VrhiU.StCloudjFla 8lHt
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to quash the alternative writ ot >dy.: Hlq! curiosity, heretofore merely .officers. and its resources not to men, AN ELEGANT 8 room house close in FOR RENT-A large house and five I .

mandamus, as prayed for. casual grew suddenly pointed and tion its liabilities, has been adjudgedtoo $3600. A 4 room cottage 100 ft lot acres of ground Inside the city limits WINTER HAVEN FLA.. "The Town.

;: he bit."WeU.. small to adequately cover an institution some bearing fruit trees $500. cash. about one mile from the postofflce. with 100 Lakes"-IfiO acres of land 4 \
AN ELEGANT & room cottage 13 Nelson Realty Co. l'-tf miles'from town. 125 acres fine high,
I've a notion that If of such size and
Summer Is Fading. sonny importance. block
flowing well, only $300 cash fruit land 5 acres in lake. balance i
I! gave :you a nickel you'd tell me what Hence these tears. Count on Oonegan takes it. FOR RENT-A modern 3-room flat good farming end trucking land. Price

The fag end of the summer is com you had In that basket. every time to do things commensu- with all city conveniences. Apply to $ot OO. one-third (cash, balance-on. and ...-.

ing but there is yet plenty of time to "Make It a dime and 111 do It!" rately. W. B. Harris Gazette office. tf I two ,.al'l. 6 per cent. B. Lee Has.04 .

r wear light summer clothing. It I. all whispered the boy.: "Only :ye've got to --- ---- - kins. Winter ,liven, Fla.. 3l-8tpd

fright to' lay in a supply t this season promise not to give me away .to de HAVE 320 acre farm, at $40 per acre, FOR RENT-Two modern Hats with I I.. -
Ancient Tree Mt. 100 all city conveniences.. at the ''
5op. on Etna. acres in cultivation 80() acre meadow Apply
,and save some of it over. If one is In- "Why. of course III promise." On Mt. Etna Is a chestnut tree two balance pasture watered by Gazette office. 20-tf I''I New Houses.

clined to be economical. When this thousand old 213 feet. springs; will exchange for Kissimmee
,..', The boy pocketed the coin. "Well years circum FOR RENT SALE-Two-.eo.y stop i W. have several desirable new houses
timeOf the cummer approaches the Terence property I under construction which w. are offer.
sport, dey'a a baby in dere. I hooked \ building on Brack street. North Kis- '
merchants are always anxious to sea '1m an* put 1m Inside when de7waan't simme IL C. Stanford. 29-tf fug for ..... AU of thes< houses are

their. summer stock fading away with ,J I in desirable locations. Secur one of
nobody lookln' Now 111 get are..ard
.des'the NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS MRS. HARYSUMMERS FOR RENT-Three room house them for next wtntor-at a lower price
season. If it doesn't fade fast tor returnln 1m. .
stable chicken bua, garden arw3land than will be asked for them later in the
enough they are mom than willing to: "Why. you young villain! Do you just outside city limits. W. II.I I season. xUX4tf

do their part toward making It clear' mean to say you have baby In that to the owners* of BMt EeC&te; abuttinc upon Lakeview Cottage South Klasimme Jones at ice $aat. H. ... Beeaker* Co..'>7I. ,
h itrmt or part ef itreM described below Ini
/I
basket Lying In that thing will. kill
out. That's just what IL C. Stanford:! : the i <:Itof KlMlnmoii Oonntj of OcoeoU and -- .
"t has don. U* has marked his summer It.. Where did yon get It?" *lat. ot Florida. la ptmnanraof the following If '- .
.
U Council of th.
"Oh. I picked It up In front o' one Resolution uloplxl br > sold
CUyof KiwlmoiM she 11-4 .
good down to such figures that theyar ou daloRJulyA
o' dem big stores. It was an alone U.19lt.vte.t, r
r -, truly absurd. Stanford doesn'twant so I Jus' took It. I guess It won't bemIa..cl ftBSOLUTION.WhrM. .
'to 'carry' a single old piece of Tli work of TmdlEg.: enrblnt. and
.
an' I wanted one any way""Not'
MTln thai part of Broadway from Flo..ldaMItII..s
2 goods over, and that's, the reason why be missed! See here, you BalfwAT.. Be.*street bu been ooa YOUR BEST BARGAIN

young blackguard Do yon mean to And, Where**. Th total enta of sold completed '

Protect Your ,Building. say that Its mother bad deserted It?" work la le.HTS a.o. :1'J: : frnnUc ,
of abntttDS lore tumble coal la
"Sure Its madder. wasnt nowhereround" ../ feet will' be when
v Whenever town has a big fret 118; ; :made you buy
r a A, Where'.. Th amount or lion per front '. ;
there la. always rash for th. insurance f.Mt 0/14/ lots If II. is zoept<>a Lot 1.2,sod >
a
Ac "How old is Itr "(;." Bawll'a.. addition" also Lot II.sad pa..f of the "
agent'* office and people begin to insure "Oh. a few month I guest. Big nt., Houlh Florida H R. Horny,' which sold : any following :' ,

their building and their furniture enough to squeal -so I tied rag lien i per front foot :ta *x.M ; ,; \ "
**M>I red.That tbetyity I of Klaalmin. **hereby ,: :
fiw and their plate'glass and other belong. round Its moot. laliai. and will hold lleii fop Ih. .DOT* work : : : : ." "
upon the tnlloa-liif deaortbed lass *f land on ,,,,
*
a. lop that ar subject to ''ollura .. It Well, lift up the .covet; and let me aid Broadway ana Baa itreeta, la said CUT PROPERTIESis,
'" see bow It looks." of Ktaalmme. Oeoeola County, Flute of Floe :
la. human tailing to procrastinate. da, for the amount of 1J8 and 13 U per front
i/. "Hoi' on, ol' top. Ton promised not >
'''Why wait, until a fir* comes ,before root, aa above "'tro.d.. Boa..Ui. ,
to give mo away" Lou Abuulngou ., Bnbela-
,looking after this important matter of .. .
,1 "Tea but I didn't expectand he Bloc! .. . ... .. . .Lot O
protection ? ,A fire. may com tomor- lifted' the cover and glanced at what Lot 1 Orange grove of eight acres adjoiningthe adapted to the successful growing of citrus -

r, ..row, who can U-ll T No man aver knows was underneath.. Curled up on an old Lot Let 2 city limits on the northeast. In connection fruits and vegetables. ,

', when disaster of this kind Is going" to clotb.- and sleeping comfortably: Ices tot i i'Lee ia with this grove, which is one,of the

+r ,overtake him. It is the part of. wisdom In |n tgi in>")t looking yellow puppyrTh.'boy Lot Lot ; .
best in Florida is eight-room dwelling
an. ,
be all times that a jumped up and grinned
to protected at so Forty acres of hammock,land adjoining
_'. where I off. Thanks a barn'atd: all outhouses! whichare
fire may not 'put'yon out of. business.. "Well get necessary
for 4* dim An' say, HI toll one the fast growing and prosperous town of
y (
is when in f dondition.
It comfortable to reflect, you tBB1S. .splendid ? ,/
ten times as good as that for a quar- Whittlef. This character land is considered "
In smoke'that
fy nee your home going up ,.
ter. Com al1' see me some time atm
the most valuable l In the State and
you'll hay enough coming from the destruction RM1 ot Hp
*aallong on net' Avenoo! So long! I . ,
to, build Arthur.EPonegah ., U 1s settlers..
again.. .Addarbolt'cBubdlTlaloo:. ,; ". '286' of land East rapidly b.ein.taken up by new .
"' la agent for a"'sufficient DUmber Block N....,..-... ., .'..", ..LottIllookl acres fronting on ,
Uttle Basque* ... ...............,..,.Lo& I Lake ;Tohopekaligs.. This ,Is the same
of "companies to satisfy appU.cant Pespgnsibllltles. i .. . .
: any. Block I .. ......... .
,
In. "Children at ,, BkZ." ; .h... ...,,..,..r.... ./.Loll. character"of'land' on which hundreds of '
.
.... '... One hundred of land at Wind>em.re
Sketches.." by Roe )t. Bradley;We are .Block J. ., :,,.l.otC, acres ,
( BlockM..r.?: .. ...T\.Lo& ,. of fortunea"lTowina
': pe ple' are amassing -
Shirt Waist Days. Introduced to tile sunny little Basque BoeweU'i AddlUoa: t : ", on 'the Midland Railway .eighteen mile '

boy and girls. pbuin hid and seek Block vegetables.: from Kiesimmee. There is tei-acr. orange
C..a
things i.lall a -
i )KaU has a way of.doing la a rames late Into the summer nights, Block V .......>,.. .... ..-uV.Lot4; '

moat nptodato style.., His methods ar lays the London Queen.' seems that Bloc-kISt ..i.!, ,;. ....'..n, LntS , grove,on this land, which baa one mile. .
BiockB.w ;'... ,..: IP' "i
.
,thoroughly modern. The pace is set by tb* Basque lads hare to learn Trench Bo> l't' lat..t..w! .1 ,,\\.Lntt of frontage on a beautiful lake.. '
.Bloo..I6'' .....,.,....,..1XM i SB I .
the metropolitan abgps, but if the shops twice over:. they are taught In school ." JOS acres. of land: one-half ''mile 'from
It farther molved that Council
the shell
in'th* smaller town' follow suit there ia the first time bat such |s their patriotic meet tin ih* Hin <>./ of .A..(..... *. l>. Itll. 'at Kissimmee, ;This land is peculiarly adapted -

.......ter'.lIdvantqeln buying from,the Independence(or la it the line of 10'W:a- sold day fm the' purpose' 01 hear
i .
al eomplalotl whfob Ihe the' growing fruits
f owner r to'both% of,citrus and
(Mat reelsCaacet) that lose what .
they.
; smaller,CD.... ,They handle'' the same. owners of said Iou, of u 7 esker prr.ono[persoma \ > 'of land at Windemere on
I they have learned, and the penalty of totrr-td In aneh I..o&, may d.. general agriculture.Twenty Fifty acre _
"i .quality of goods, their- expenses .sue alrom.k. ..aI... + less and they can afford to tell cheaper. this "deliberate forxetfnlness"" la that m*. %. sad Iheolalmlps-. . sod: Ilea.h..olved . which a good house" 'and aome" very ,'fine
__ rutth. lhattheClerk shall '
.la their conscript days they hay the r civ .
It you should happen not to bellve this, "U >l th. mortification add pain'of learning it .. foil.4i : :
/ / '_'Ul."tOI'O"U"! .M1 just go to Kats'a store MOIId.ot'1'u.. all over again But,'pleasure seekers a M-klT ."' :: Cliy' jf adjoins "', .
: :' .. .I eat4. : ;acres of land the city" ' 0
its day and look over the price on shirtwaist a'tb*\young:natlTe* may be. thereare hot lee la hereby given thai the Connell of th. the"north' '
' front.: They will be special for duties also for even' babe to performs Oltjr of Klaalnmo will meet on .the nUl day on and immediately on she westside One hundred magnificent\\ 'reeideno ,' \ f1
of A...... A. 0. J.1Z. at 7 Ml ,' .
eakt
m .on nay,
p '
s taps days., Th* prices have been fearfully It may seem. Incredible that a: rtw She puroo-e ol h ariu. eomplalaU, trhlob of the hard I marl road. This land is and business lots In''Kissimmee' the city J f'tbstyie !
} ,
slashed.' Room Is limited and the Uttle barelegged boy of 8 or t should the ewoer. or. ...... of .U of .the above decilbed almost surrounded, by J fine ''orane''' ,
I L. olber ia.-. groves
or ptraona i la growing lnpopulatlon' and'westth
be the trusted lamplighter of tie district :i
present stock make for the curb Improv.mentsayd air lo make
must amlaatib
, way ., successful
i It Is and It la far cost of aoch tmprovmratUjr as well as vegetable.farms. a
f' the yet so mON astounding .. at more rapid rate than any'ottier pity in
fall : that sold first (
r $ stock Patterns order of the canon this day ot Joy! ., "'\ ,
to road of official"of
a "railway .
JI k
___*' /,part of the aeason for $2.60.* port ,4 or 5who mabe seen "seated ASD.1917| .aJ) . J, R OIT'BtRT. the South;

:selling at a figure n\\ucb'clJe.per.- t upon a minute chair on the platform Olark of the Ult/, of KlaalnrIn ,.., .; . .

drop in and se*how the figures"' have grasping a rod flag which:it,'la his Court of Forty acres :of. land adjoining'' the city' .
County'Judgey'State of '
dropped. Then there"* a number. of business 'to ,'wav when .a' train''', approaches : limits'on the north 'and 'directly alongside ,One: 'hundred lots in K I Ie aJ m'ri,.e': 1,

'other things equally uprising to behold presumably aa a warning to Florida,, County of Osceola.Ia :the hard,marl road the east. On this lots
These situated
.. ... . on :lights. are In that',,
.'
ret
k and be told about.. Children's dresses, hla brethren aad ,th* chickens who Be.ryT. Hlanfordw1 L
_ Motto* la banrby gltn, to all,whom U may land Is'a epiendldarteslan:well and '. 'section of is just
play unconcernedly upon the rails. . : .omefull'bearfn8' tbe'city,that beginning to ,
o. for instance at 89' cents I Ridiculous sensors, that on the iMth ita" of ""Oar)'. A. U.I

Isn't It? Trimmings and ,laces,'whit.r' B* fl. that the responsibility. the 118,1 Parker,shall or has apply a.oeeseor to the In offlr Honorable,Judn,of.o..aliConrl. r orange;. and grapefruit. trees;., grow .in population, and many '
good generally all 'ar* 'on the: slid;. tramp fwtaupon of, the his,whole llttl line shoulders to Bayonn". a us* Juris AOnlnlatraior of Frobete.: of the for valat.*fli'el ot Uenr die.cbarre .Ten, acres,:of .this:,/tact is in cultivation, '.it. will be the:most ,populous' section, 'of,the 9

I and they will b*'sold If low prices can J Miauforn.. deoMUwt; and tba.at tn.a_im* balance is of round timber. All of this land city ins few years. '
.
'". Urn I shall. prwnl to the sold Court.,ash . _
oen,them. ": 1.MampIn 1. ooonat .. ,Admlalatrator.( sold. Katote,.and. .. I ." '.
:" I ask for their....ron.l.' -' .

One 'Had'DlatllIOt 'a Letter.. < ?' W.J.' Administrator.:' 8KARB, '" I' am not a:land agetit, 'but'own' tlte1,lauds';and

: Meaning. i' 'When sending a'etamp.ln'a": letter; DaUd Julr ft.A. D..rlti. ..SI .aa tm'Notice < '' grQlvesenrlfietit

4l' : It U, interesting know Just.why: In.tead.of moistening one corner and ,lated.abovo! and. which I.offer,for;,sale. ;
spade' In "called a":spade; and ,Just of Administrator ;
a sticking,, It, to the paper moisten. a *, ;,. ,

,wbr. oartaln name ortKtaaUdVi, Tb. quail spot In the center, of the stamp l. Coast at tee fooaAy .J......,State of JTIarida.la :. .: ': ' j'
rl'' 'word' and butler's'ipsntryfir I '
battery and then affix: It, to your" letter. Tb ,0I0a00Ia CoeattJI I. ". 'd"e.s.dt" .
reeetate OU-, '
' .." a 'seams from two. ',French i words the removal of. a',small" part Of the"" 'a,4.h..I. ,Kotia la.........-'-te all wheoi tt my- eea. ' : 'i J.: W. MILLERKISSIMMEE f!J
?. ,I ': ",f;' "'"rfc tlrl*" was the wine'.cJoae, and: a ...* :substance from 'the center .inDo earn that OMtlMHTta day o< Jaaaarr.A D. 1VI*. i '< : "
r-'t' '' and I Bball apply ta. th. Hoaorabl* Qee.T. Park* ,
bread
.. :: .v"p*) tler! ,fry.\1vrben''tbe. way,Impairs. the' usefulness of the ; Probate, feri* ,t :
..... 'w>f. :kept;"'snd'theaosWodlar; Sadlanharas..d.wsuntin. at ,i ? "
> theeetetaeiJOB. .
j < $tamp;whereas It, la often ton If theearner : FhURID1 : ,; '
.
K, .
dw..d ,
> aad that at the #
> '' .ase .j1.
bbrYLt.r OjjwT.
? . wa.ths :
a.. : Is fastened. J thin.I 'mr Mal __........... ,t ,
.' ", .. ..... w.,. batlsrInto ; > .... tsoeer wflla.p_ ....
jam I ::::1.-.:p /r -} .. S ..\ W1LLUIu. UI .j . .. .f'.i. ,. IF
Nall ; =+''.,.* 6aaUUad/Jn news..t .-., . DaW.;;r',.lkk;,A.. D., ,112.. v.. Ad.rl.k. ::1 br : ."
j, / ,*-*/.,ft" t.,>'*" r.... ,, ', t..ems. '/1.11," .. ,
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